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Highlights of the January/February
issue of the magazine

Woman of the people: Develop employees to develop a business, says
executive coach Heather Cooper, chief people officer of Hargreaves Lansdown.
Help or hindrance?: Louise Sheppard shares her 3-part research on coaching
supervision. Part 1: how supervisees inhibit and enable their supervision
The Art in mentoring: Carmelina Lawton Smith on how the Oxfordshire Youth
Arts Partnership on promoting innovation among young creatives

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