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22nd September 2016

Paper on multi-stakeholder contracting freely available!

A paper drawing on the research done by Professor Peter Hawkins and Eve has just been published in the latest edition of the International Journal of Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring and is freely available to download.   The paper is an analysis of practice in executive/business coaching with recommendations to gain best value for all stakeholders involved.  It […]

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17th June 2016

Coaching at Work conference – July 6th

There are just a few spaces left for the annual Coaching at Work conference which takes place in London on July 6th.  The subject is “Maintaining Momentum: Coaching and Mentoring in a VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) World.”  I am delighted to be running two sessions, one on the subject of ‘Working Together: creating effective multi-stakeholder […]

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10th May 2016

Book now for webinar on 27 May with Eve Turner and Peter Hawkins

Eve and Professor Peter Hawkins are running a webinar on multi-stakeholder contracting, exploring the findings from their research, sharing top tips on how to make this as effective as possible and talking with participants on questions and ideas they bring.  This is a collaborative webinar from the Association for Coaching, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council […]

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23rd March 2016

Three-way contracting and your best practice ideas – initial research report

This research is focused on how to gain maximum value from business/ executive coaching, in particular through the involvement of the coach, the organisation [through a sponsor(s)] and the individual client in meeting to set up effective outcomes, called “multi-stakeholder contracting”. These 3 or 4 way meetings with those involved in the coaching may happen at the outset, during the course of, and at the conclusion of, the coaching programme. We are delighted to say that 800 people got involved in this research and…

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