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Introducing the New Business Coaching Worldwide eZine

By Sarah McArthur

As the 'new kid on the block' here at Business Coaching Worldwide (BCW), I am very excited to launch this first issue of 2008. The BCW team has spent several months in the planning, development, design, and production stages and here, at last, is the result of our hard work. I hope you are as pleased with the outcome as I am.

First you'll notice a new look and a cleaner design that lends itself to easier navigation. Go exploring! Check out the links and navigation buttons. You should find just one click will take you quickly to your desired location.

Content-wise you'll still find the feature, 'Get the Edge,' 'Hot Topics' and the Business Book Review. February's feature is written by Jean Claude Noel who delves into the intricacies of coaching family businesses. Paul Babiak has written an interesting 'Get the Edge' article you don't want to miss, "'Psychopath' or 'Narcissist': The Coach's Dilemma," and Lynda C. Hess gives us "Tips for Marketing Coaching Services to Small Business Owners" in this issue's 'Hot Topic' article.

In addition to Marshall Goldsmith's ongoing column 'Coaching Great Leaders,' there are five new columns for you to explore. Annette Fillery-Travis reveals the lighter side of business coaching research in her column 'Based on the Evidence,' while Nerella Campigotto investigates the globalization of the workplace in her column 'A Global Workplace.' In her column, Sunny Stout Rostron illustrates different 'Coaching Models for Business Success.' Barry Trailer discusses the significance of 'Professional Selling' in his new column, and Dr. Melvyn Fink answers reader questions with help from Laurence S. Lyons in the column 'Ask the Expert.'

I hope you enjoy this issue of the eZine. And as always, I look forward to your comments, feedback and, most of all, your Letters to the Editor!

Sarah McArthur is editor of Business Coaching Worldwide. Founder of *sdedit, Sarah has nearly 20 years experience in the publishing field as a development and managing editor and writer. With numerous books and articles to her credit, she has become an expert in the fields of management, leadership, executive coaching and human resources. Sarah can be reached by email at bcweditor@wabccoaches.com and sarahmc@sdedit.com.

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