Highlights of the May/June 18
issue of the magazine
• Your inner negotiator: Dr Chérie Carter-Scott is a globally successful US coach, author and CEO of
MMS Institute. Yet it all began with a 'premature life crisis', she tells Liz Hall
• Have a heart: Does feedback fill you with dread? Lise Lewis shares her PPR Inter-Relational framework®
for weaving compassion into the feedback conversation
• Care package: Increasingly, coaches are seeking ways to take care of themselves, and mindfulness
and compassion are ideally positioned to support them. Mark McMordie reports
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