Posts Tagged ‘executive coaches’

While supervision has existed for many years in various ‘helping professions’, the concept of supervision for executive coaches is relatively new.  At the Institute we define coaching supervision as: (more…)


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Executive coaching is a relatively new phenomenon (around 20 years old in Australia) that has increased in popularity to the point where now many people in organisations have been coached or know someone who has been coached.  Having a coach these days is seen as a mark of prestige (your organisation clearly values you) rather than as a sign that you are in need of “fixing”.

If you have not yet had your own coach, you might have wondered (more…)

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