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Ton de Graaf (The Dutch Coach)
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Inspirational executive coach with a global mindset, life changer, harmonica player.
Inspirational executive coach with a global mindset, life changer, harmonica player.

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This is the largest and most ambitious coaching research project undertaken to date. The project is being run across 51 countries in Europe through a collaboration of 51 teams of researchers and practitioners from all of the countries across Europe from…

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Here’s some exciting news about about a universal coaching program that I think would add significant value to your practice. The program is called “Coaching With ROI” and is being run by Lisa-Ann Edwards and WBECS. “Coaching with ROI” is a unique program…

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Special offer by Leanne Hoagland-Smith for the readers of the Worldwide Coaching Magazine! People are the greatest asset of any organisation. When they understand what they can do, how they do what they do and why they do what they do, they can become…

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The 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study is the most extensive and ambitious industry research project to date, providing an updated picture of the coaching professional worldwide.

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Do you want to be successful in 2017? Start here:

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While anger is usually seen as an unhelpful emotion, it doesn’t have to be so. Managed anger can be a force for good, and has been a significant factor in every peaceful social change, from the abolition of slavery to equal opportunities at work and in…

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There is now hugely growing scientific awareness of the importance of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) to almost every aspect of human functioning. In terms of human behaviour the ANS literally drives the bus! What this means for coaching is that if you…

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When you are engaging with another person—a client or anyone else—what are you usually perceiving about them in that moment? Most likely you see his body, her shape, his clothes, her posture, his expression? What else do you perceive? Probably her energy,…

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Research shows that we over estimate how quickly we can do tasks. It also tells us that our brain can indeed only focus on one thing at a time. Yet, how many of us go about our day, even our week without fully grasping the gravity of these two statements?…
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