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MARCH 2017, DON’T CRUCIFY THE GAUTENG HEALTH MEC

According to Professor Norman Faull the deaths of mentally-ill patients in Gauteng is a “medical Marikana” and an example of the failure of leadership.

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FINWEEK: OCT 2016, HOW COACHING CAN BOOST YOUR CAREER

In an increasingly complex and fast-moving world, managers need all the support they can get. In South Africa, this gap has been filled by an ever-expanding corps of coaches. Who are these people? And what can they do for you?

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FINWEEK: FEB 2016, FIVE WAYS TO SINK YOUR CAREER

The biggest mistakes result from the messy business of managing your managers, your team, and yourself, as the finweek team found out when we spoke to management advisers and coaches about common career blunders.
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JAN 2016: COACHING ACROSS LANGUAGE, GENDER AND RACE: Lessons from South Africa for Europe

DNA research is causing us to look at history in new ways. From its very beginning Europe has been a seen as a ‘melting pot’. It’s a history that up to now, has been believed to be founded on waves of migration, invasion and colonisation from its earliest times.
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 PROPERTY PROFESSIONAL: JAN/ FEB 2016, COACHING OUT YOUR BEST

A good coach will help you to notice your unconscious patterns of behaviour and habits, to self-correct and to think up action plans and solutions. You may even discover leadership strengths you weren’t aware of
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GSB BUSINESS REVIEW: DECEMBER 2015, THE SPIRIT OF LEADERSHIP

This Mandela Day, the Centre for Coachgin ar the GSB partnered with Lead SA to facilitate free, one-on-one coaching sessions for people who wanted to grow thier leadership skills. Here’s what the players had to say.
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CAPE TALK RADIO: SEPTEMBER 2015, IMPROVE YOUR LIFE: WE FOCUS ON ‘COACHING’

Craig and Janine join Pippa Hudson in Studio to discuss coaching.
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CAPE TALK RADIO: JULY 2015, BUSINESS COACH CRAIG O’ FLAHERTY ON MANDELA DAY PLANS TO COACH NGOS/ NPOS

The Centre for Coaching and the UCT Graduate School of Business  have joined forces with LeadSA to identify organisations and individuals who could benefit from coaching and will be offering 67 minutes sessions to people looking to grow as leaders in South Africa. Craig O’Flaherty talks to Nina on Cape Talk
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DUKASCOPY TV: May – Aug 2015, THE SECRETS OF SUCCESS IN COACHING

In this series, The Secrets of Success in Coaching, Janine covers topics such as “The secret to making coaching more affordable”, “Developing leaders in the most effective way”, “Examples of exceptionally powerful coaching” or “The secret to dissolving conflict through active listening”.
Episode 1 – What a successful coaching strategy should look like for an organisation
Episode 2 – The secret to making coaching more affordable
Episode 3 – How to develop leaders in the most effective way?
Episode 4 – Dealing with a poor individual performer
Episode 5 – How can you dissolve conflict through active listening?
Episode 6 – Dealing with a massive business crisis
Episode 7 – Dealing with poor team performance

WEBSTER UNIVERSITY: APRIL 2015, INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRAL COACHING AND HOW IT DIFFERS FROM COUNSELLING & MENTORING

What is Integral Coaching? How does it differ from Counselling? How does it differ from Mentoring? These are all questions that students and faculty from Webster University were curious to explore during a talk with Janine Everson, Academic Director of the Centre for Coaching based at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town, and more recently based in Switzerland as well.
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DUKASCOPY TV: DECEMBER 2014 COACHING, A TOOL FOR SUCCESS

What makes a good coach and how can you find the right one for you? Janine Everson, Director, Centre for Coaching

TOP 500:  AUGUST 2014, THE EMERGING CONTRIBUTION OF INTERNAL COACHING

“Local organisations are starting to understand the power of a blended model – where both external and internal coaches can be integrated in a mix that services the key concerns of the organisation”
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eXpress MAGAZINE: AUGUST 2014 ALWAYS 1 LEADER GETS A MAKEOVER

“It’s shorter, sharper and designed to help you succeed. The Always 1 Leader program is spreading the word….”
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TOP WOMEN: MAY 2014, COACHING FOR SUCCESS

“The balance is becoming increasingly important. We have to start thinking differently as to how we approach life today”
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CAPE ARGUS: 29 JANUARY 2014, ONCE OFF WORKSHOP ON USING INSTINCT TO MAKE DECISIONS

“Instinctual Intelligence Pioneer Ted Usatynski is set to present a self-development workshop in the city”
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SUCCEED:  1 MARCH 2013, COACHING DRIVES EXCELLENCE

“Coaching Drives Excellence”
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ACHIEVER:  12 JUNE 2013, BUSINESS COACHING

“Executive coaching can take your companies performance to the next level”
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TODAY BUSINESS: 18 MAY 2013, BUILDING BETTER LEADERS.

“Barclays hosts training of its Executive leadership Team”
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CAPE ARGUS:WORKPLACE  1 MAY 2013, ” PROJECTS AIMS TO DETER DROPOUTS”

“The HIGH drop-out rate among black South African students has been a concern in education circles for many years…”
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IN THE LOOP:TOP PERFORMING COMPANIES  1 MAY 2013, “IN THE LOOP WITH COACHING CIRCLES”

“New research shows that Coaching Circles are emerging as the natural successor to action learning as the best way to develop…”
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THE MARKETING SIT.COM, APRIL 2012, CENTRE FOR COACHING RECEIVES FURTHER ACCREDITATION
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COACHING: THE IN-HOUSE METHOD, SOWETAN JOB MARKET, 26 JUNE 2012
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THE SKILLS PORTAL, 27 SEPTEMBER 2012, HOW COACHING DRIVES EXCELLENCE.
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PEOPLE DYNAMICS: 1 JANUARY 2011, COACH OUT YOUR INNER LEADER
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PMR AFRICA:  1 JANUARY 2011, FUSING THREE DISCIPLINES FOR OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP.

“Sharp strategy, great coaching and inspirational leadership might sound like a formula.”
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BUSINESS DAY: 27 OCTOBER 2010, LEADERS SOFT SKILLS CAN COME FROM COACHING.

“Being a good leader is about much more than management.”
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THE PROJECT MANAGER SOUTH AFRICA:  1 SEPEMBER 2010, THE PEOPLE PROCESS.

“High-impact projects are shaped by human resources.”
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THE PROJECT MANAGER SOUTH AFRICA: 1 MARCH 2010, COACHING THE EXECUTIVE PROJECT MANAGER: UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN ELEMENT OF DELIVERY.

“Enlisting the help of a professional coach should be the key to project management mastery.”
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BUSINESS DAY: 29 JANUARY 2010, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT A KEY TO COACHING.

“The demand for executive coaching skills has gained momentum and shifted from being regarded as a remedial intervention to a credible means of personal development.”
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THE PROJECT MANAGER SOUTH AFRICA: 1 DECEMBER 2009, WHAT LIES BENEATH?

“Coaching unearths six fundamental drivers of human behaviour.”
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BUSINESS HI-LITE: 1 JULY 2009, COACHING INTERVENTION BOOSTS TOYOTA MALAWI OPERATIONS.

“In a bid to deliver value-for-money cars to the market, Toyota famously designed the world-celebrated Lean manufacturing principles.”
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BUSINESS DAY: 1 JULY 2009, COACHING SHOWS IT CAN DELIVER A COMPETITIVE EDGE.

“Quantitative and qualitative data support the view that it is worth the investment.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 2 JUNE 2009, STUDY SHOWS COACHING OF STAFF DURING TOUGH TIMES CAN BOOST COMPANIES.

“Integral coaching® of staff during the current tough economic times can help companies boost competitiveness.”
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DAILY NEWS: 19 SEPTEMBER 2007, COACHING GAINS A FIRM HOLD IN SA MARKETPLACE.

“A global survey shows there is an explosion of interest in business coaching in South Africa”
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WITNESS: 29 AUGUST 2007, COACHING GAINS A FIRM HOLD IN SA MARKETPLACE.

“A global survey shows there is an explosion of interest in business coaching in South Africa”
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WITNESS: 27 AUGUST 2007, COACHING COMES TO DURBAN.

“The Internationally-accredited Centre for Coaching at the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is bringing a two-day coaching workshop to Durban this October in response to the growing demand for coaching skills in South Africa.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 16 JULY 2007, THE $1 5 BN GLOBAL BUSINESS COACHING INDUSTRY TAKES OFF IN SA.

“Feted by many and bitterly criticised by others, life coaching remains a little understood phenomenon.”
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SUNDAY TIMES: 17 JUNE 2007, COACHING, A HANDY BUT PRICEY TOOL.

“When we learn to drive a car, we know we need to spend a fair amount of time behind the wheel, getting a feel for how the car handles in different conditions as well as getting to grips with what not to do.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 06 JUNE 2007, BUILDING A HEALTHY MENTORING RELATIONSHIP.

“The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSE) will run a powerful mentorship programme this June to give leaders and managers the tools to become high-impact mentors.”
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HR FUTURE: 01 JUNE 2007, MENTORING IN A MODERN WORLD.

“Assuming that leaders and managers can automatically be mentors is a mistake that could cost South African business dear”
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MINDSHIFT: 01 JUNE 2007, LEADERSHIP FOR ALL.

‘”WE ARE OFTEN CALLED UPON TO COACH LEADERS, BEFORE we become coaches we had an overworked and very shallow definition of what leadership is.”
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WITNESS: 07 MAY 2007, COACHING EMPOWERED MY BUSINESS.

“KEITH Harvey, managing director of Durban based company Sovereign Health, knows what it takes to succeed in business ?putting your faith, and time and energy, into the people who run your organisation and empowering them to deal with change.”
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MANAGEMENT TODAY: 01 MAY 2007, GLOBAL SURVEY SHOWS COACHING GAINING FIRM FOOTHOLD IN SOUTH AFRICA.

“The internationally accredited Centre for Coaching at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business is embarking on one of the largest scale roll – outs of coaching expertise yet, with a new coaching couse in Durban and additional courses in Cape Town and Johannesburg.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 23 APRIL 2007, UCT COACHING CENTRE DOUBLES NUMBER OF COURSES AS DEMAND SOARS.

“Business and personal coaching is becoming a popular career choice in South Africa, forcing tertiary institutions to look at increasing the number of courses they have on offer.”
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WITNESS: 02 APRIL 2007, CENTRE FOR COACHING COMES TO DURBAN.

“The Centre for Coaching – a centre of expertise at the UCT Graduate School of Business will bring its innovative and internationally – accredited aching workshop to Durban this year, for the first time.”
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IMIESA: 01 APRIL 2007, TOP COACHING CENTRE BEGINS MASSIVE ROLL-OUT.

“THE INTERNATIONALLY – ACCREDITED Centre for Coaching at the University of Cape Town’s (UCT’s) Graduate School of Business is embarking on one of the largest scale roll – outs of coaching expertise ever seen in the country”
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MANAGEMENT TODAY: 01 APRIL 2007, BETTER LEADERSHIP.

“The internationally accredited Centre for Coaching at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business is embarking on one of the largest scale roll – outs of coaching expertise yet, with a new coaching couse in Durban and additional courses in Cape Town and Johannesburg.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 19 MARCH 2007, UCT OFFERS NEW COACHING COURSE.

“The internationally – accredited Centre for Coaching at the UCT Graduate School of Business is to offer a new coaching course in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.”
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CAPE ARGUS: 21 FEBRUARY 2007,COACH YOUR STRATEGISTS.

“The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) will run an innovative course next month designed to help leaders make a success of key strategies and bring their visions to life.”
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BUSINESS DAY: 27 NOVEMBER 2006, BUSINESS CAN BEAT THE STRATEGY BUG.

“Close but no cigar, it would seem, is turning out to be the strategy in a complex global economy.”
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