Interviews

But Seriously... (2009)

Liz Hall

"Animals, jokes & irreverence in group coaching"

An interview by Liz Hall from Coaching at Work with Manfred Kets de Vries on his use of animals, jokes and irreverence in his group leadership coaching. She explores how his novel approach has won him a wealth of plaudits.

Coaching at Work, 2009

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