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2018 Geneva HR Conference: Interview

Join Us! Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 October 2018 Palexpo, Geneva  |  9h00 – 17h30 Hall 2, Stand D.01-E More Details “We passionately support organisations to implement strategic change through the design and delivery of bespoke programmes that address dimensions of how we, as human beings, interact with one another.” Thank you to the Salon RH Suisse team for interviewing one of our Directors, Daniel Ahlers. We're excited to participate during this year's Salon RH Suisse and hope to see you at our conference: Building Resilience – ‘Hardiness in Upheaval’ [...]

2018 Geneva HR Conference: Interview2019-01-24T11:58:57+02:00

The emerging contribution of internal coaching (article)

 By Janine Everson and Craig O’Flaherty, Directors of the Centre for Coaching, UCT Graduate School of Business Only a decade or so has passed since leading South African organisations began to access and integrate the modality of coaching into the running of their organisations. Like all new trends, there are always early-adopters, who take the risk to experiment with a fresh application and make their mistakes until the impact starts to show, but the experimental phase is over. "Local organisations are starting to understand the power of a blended model – where both external and internal coaches can be integrated [...]

The emerging contribution of internal coaching (article)2018-04-05T17:55:28+02:00

In the loop with Coaching Circles – Top Performing Companies

New research shows that Coaching Circles are emerging as the natural successor to action learning as the best way to develop people and build strong, resilient organisations. By Janine Everson & Craig O'Flaherty Ask any HR professional what their number one concern is and they are likely to tell you: talent - how to recruit it and how to develop it. Organisations today demand leaders and managers who are adaptive, resilient and intelligent and able to solve complex problems under extreme pressure, and it is getting harder to find and motivate people who are up to the task.

In the loop with Coaching Circles – Top Performing Companies2018-04-05T17:55:28+02:00

Coaching helps plug learnings

Thu, 24 Jan 2013 14:20  A research project by the Department of Accountancy at the University of Johannesburg and the Centre for Coaching at the UCT Graduate School of Business has found that integral coaching is an effective intervention to promote academic success for students studying towards the CA(SA) designation Read the full article Coaching helps plug learning gap, Skillsportal, 24 January 2013

Coaching helps plug learnings2019-03-04T16:12:49+02:00

Reducing south Africa’s escalating drop out rate

Coaching students to stay in schools The high dropout rate among black South African students has been a concern in education circles for many years – but a novel approach by the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in conjunction with the Centre for Coaching at the UCT Graduate School of Business has come up with a practical solution – life coaching. Reducing South Africa's escalating drop out rate, Achiever online, 3 May 2013

Reducing south Africa’s escalating drop out rate2019-03-04T16:13:02+02:00