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Could the emerging ‘trust vacuum’ explain Trump phenomenon?

By Claire Penny | 07/11/2016




Could the emerging 'trust vacuum' explain Trump phenomenon? 

Original article published in HR News 

Consumer trust in business organisations and institutions including the media and politicians has gone into freefall in recent years – with older people now among the most disaffected, according to a report commissioned by the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC).

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AoEC announces new partnership with The Trusted Executive Foundation

By Claire Penny | 03/11/2016





 
As the issue of trust becomes ever more critical to the development of ethical leadership, Academy of Executive Coaching partners with John Blakey, author and founder of The Trusted Executive Foundation (TTEF) to deliver The Journey of Trust to organisations that are looking to deliver the triple bottom-line – outstanding results, inspiring relationships and a positive reputation in society as a whole.
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Academy of Executive Coaching announces partnership with Ridler & Co

By Gina Lodge | 04/10/2016




 

The 6th Ridler Report, produced by Ridler & Co, analyses strategic trends in the use of coaching, using data exclusively from organisational sponsors of coaching (rather than external coaches). It is an internationally reputed research project which is widely recognised for its influence in shaping the future direction of coaching in organisations.

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Bateson’s Logical Levels: A powerful challenging coaching tool

By John Blakey | 29/09/2016




Oslo is a beautiful city and it was with some sadness that I walked through its streets this week. For eight years I have been working with leaders in Telenor, one of Norway’s largest organisations, and this week that assignment finally came to an end. I have the utmost respect for Telenor and its executives and have learnt a great deal from working with them as a coach; it has been a fantastic opportunity to practise challenging coaching skills. This week’s coaching proved no exception and, on this visit, it was Bateson’s logical levels of learning that popped into focus.

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Call yourself a Coach?

By Claire Penny | 23/09/2016




The number one concern expressed by coach practitioners in the ICF Global Coaching Study was "untrained individuals who call themselves coaches."

In 2004 the Harvard Business Review wrote an article entitled ‘The Wild West of Executive Coaching’ which captured the sentiment shared by many buyers and indeed trained coaches at the time.

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Recovery and Wellness Coaching - Principle No 1

By Anthony Eldridge-Rogers | 22/09/2016




The practice of Recovery & Wellness Coaching rests on 4 principles.

Principle Number 1 is “Recovery and Wellness always comes from the person”. Recovery and Wellness Coaches work with their clients to support them in changing themselves and their lives in pursuit of the person they are coaching’s idea and vision of  their lives lived in recovery and wellness.

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