The following lists the contents of Self and Society, Volume 32 Issue 3.
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Editorial:
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COACHING:
Introduction: valuable conversations
Author: Alexandra Chalfont
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Abstract:

‘In so far as men and women live and move and act in this world, they can experience meaningfulness only because they can talk with and make sense to each other and themselves


How I became a coach
Author: Lee Chalmers
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Graceful Business
Authors: Pamela Gawler-Wright, Julian Russell
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Abstract:

A few months ago a friend somewhat desperately decided upon seeking an Executive Coach who could help him with a particular issue that was gnawing at his soul, leaving him feeling powerless. He needed someone who could help him ethically navigate the world of business and politics, as well as that of his personal psyche. A two-hour conversation with Julian Russell, an elder in the NLP community and UKCP Registered Psychotherapist, and a formal coaching session with his associate, Judith Lowe, resulted in a new course of action on his part, and the obstacles he had experienced for many months began to progressively transform. Is this breakthrough just down to the talent of these two practitioners, or his own perseverance? Or is it explained by what Executive Coaching specifically is and does?


Values Based Coaching
Author: Pat Hutchinson
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We often have people arrive on our personal success programmes searching for something which has been elusive. Sometimes they have followed a career path, which has been very successful but is no longer fulfilling. They may be in a relationship, which they have outgrown and feel they should fix in some way. Sometimes it's a combination of both.


Integral Coaching
Author: Martin Shervington
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This article explores a model for coaching that I have been applying within personal and business contexts.


Supervision for Coaches
Author: Julie Hay
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When I began my professional training in transactional analysis (TA), I had already been an organisational trainer for some years. I had been trained in various approaches to people skills, leadership, teambuilding and so on, but had never experienced the type of supervision that was, and still is, routinely practised within the TA community.


VIA™ coaching; a path of transformation
Author: Sara Boas
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The Oxford School of Coaching and Mentoring (OSC&M) 6
Author: Alexandra Chalfont
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For a panoramic snapshot of some of the issues facing executive coaching you might have done well to attend this friendly, professional and vibrant meeting, where delegates are obviously passionate about coaching. This summary touches on aspects of a couple of the threads that Eric Parsloe, founder of the OSC&M, introduced: training and standards, professionalism and accountability.


Article:
AHP(B) page
Author: Tony Morris
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Shelf Life
Author: Nick Duffell
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The regular COLUMN
Author: Christine Bell
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