April 10th 2014
Improving Thinking Through Coaching – Interview with Nancy Kline
Following the publication of our most recent research report – ‘Coaching: Business Essential or Management Fad?’ – Nancy Kline, President of Time To Think, an international leadership development and coaching company, identifies the challenges currently facing the coaching profession and discusses how a coach can encourage clients to ‘think for themselves’.
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