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Facing up to the diversity challenge in executive coaching

A recent Sunday Times[1] headline ran: “Q: How do you end up with AI that’s white and male? A: Let Google design it” The article went on to explore the dangers of designing AI systems that carry the biases of …

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How social networks affect careers and succession planning

Research into social networking suggests that people can on average manage a maximum of 150 strong connections and a much larger number of weak connections (Dunbar, 2010). Strong connections tend to be characterised by a higher quality and frequency of …

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Managing a coach panel

While there are lots of good coaches around, there are a lot more, who are mediocre or worse. Few HR functions have the internal competence to assess coach competence, and standard methods of evaluation, such as client feedback, how very …

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