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Starting out in coaching?

Starting out

If you’re new to coaching you’re probably being introduced to concepts and ideas that you’re not yet familiar with. We’ve gathered some resources which answer common questions, and give advice on structuring that first session. 

SAGE Publishing acquires journal portfolio from international independent publisher, Wichtig

SAGE Publishing, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers today announced the purchase of the full portfolio of journals from the international, independent STM publisher, Wichtig. The acquisition marks a significant milestone in SAGE’s science, technology and medical (STM) publishing program and the development of its offerings across clinical medicine and bioengineering. The first issues with SAGE will publish January 2018.

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society addresses ethical challenges in the constantly evolving world of business

In the wake of natural disasters, corporate deception schemes, and questions about data transparency, the ethical challenges facing the world of business are constantly changing. The second edition of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, recently released by SAGE Publishing, makes an in-depth examination into ethical affairs that today’s business students, professors, and scholars must grapple with.

SAGE Publishing acquires four Rowman & Littlefield journals

SAGE Publishing, a leading independent publisher of journals, books and digital resources across a broad range of academic disciplines, has acquired four journals from Rowman & Littlefield. Beginning in 2019, SAGE will publish the Journal of School Leadership (JSL), the International Journal of Educational Reform (IJER), Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, and Pro Ecclesia: A Journal of Catholic and Evangelical Theology.

SAGE Publishing Launches Free-to-Access Research Collection on Structural Racism and Police Violence

The New Collection Supports Researchers, Educators, and Policymakers 


A new collection of freely accessible social and behavioral science research related to structural racism and police brutality is now available on SAGE Journals. The collection aims to support researchers in their future work and amplify Black scholars' critical scholarship; educators in discussions on systemic racism; and policymakers and community organizers in their efforts to create an equal society. 

New Encyclopedia from SAGE Explores Higher Education’s Impact on Equality and Diversity

SAGE Publishing announces the release of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education, a four-volume set exploring higher education practices and their impact on global economies and global equity. Through over 600 signed entries, scholars analyze higher education curriculum, impact, organization, and policy, and whether changes are transforming or reinforcing traditional power structures.