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The Financial Review’s “BOSS” magazine last week reported that Monash University is about to undertake a three year study of 100 executives undertaking coaching, comparing them with a control group who will not be coached. The aim of the study is to find out whether and how coaching improves performance, workplace relationships and personal outlook. (more…)

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A web poll conducted by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) in 2007 came up with the following answers: (more…)

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This is a good question to ask, particularly if you are considering getting some coaching.  Or, if are considering becoming a coach.  So, does it?  And if it does, how does coaching work? (more…)

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Have you ever tried to have a relationship with half a person?  We’re talking here about the kind of person that is only ever half available to you; they keep the other half of their life behind closed doors and often it’s their inner world that is the unavailable part.  These kinds of relationships rarely work out, because it’s very hard to relate to half a person. (more…)

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What makes executive coaching work, from the executive’s point of view? (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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