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Current Research

The Preferred Experience of an Executive Coach

In a recent research project sponsored by The Centre for Leadership Studies in the University of Exeter Business School a series of questions looked to establish what users regard as the most important attributes in the career history of an executive coach. The 141 users who responded emphasised proven experience as a coach and evidence of continuing professional development as the key characteristics.

Preliminary findings
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A series of notes will summarize the main themes from the qualitative responses.

The first on what is understood by the term 'executive coaching', and what experience is looked for by users is accessible through the following link:

File Download: experience.doc

Leading in A Complex World
A personal note reflecting on some new and some old thinking on management practices in a world where 'change is the new normal'.


File Download: serendipity2015.doc

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