"Malcolm Nicholson, is ... one of the pioneers who shaped and helped ICN to what it is today... He is one of the best regular contributors to ICN...not only he is a wonderful individual/coach but also one of the authors I enjoy reading their works/articles."

Divisional Head, International Coaching News.

 

 
In this edition look out for ‘The Changing Demands of Leadership in the 21st century, Is Coaching Keeping up?’ by Malcolm Nicholson from United Kingdom. In this article, Malcolm interviews notable business leaders to know their thoughts on the continuing changes of leadership.
— ICN Division Head
The ICN is proud to have collaborated with several renowned international columnists, expert coaches and best-selling authors to provide insights on Wellness & Holistic Coaching. In this edition look out for our feature article from a regular contributor turned iCN journalist, Malcolm Nicholson from the United Kingdom, ‘Wellness – Where does it fit in a Leader’s Priorities?’. Malcolm discusses the global trends in wellness and how it impacts an organisation. He goes onto explore that Holism and interconnectedness are essential elements of effective coaching, whether it is done by external executive managers or by leaders who adopt a true leadership coaching style.
— iCN Division Head
"Thank you Malcolm … the last two paragraphs are very interesting!"

 - EMEA HRD, Fortune 500 company

Thank you for the really interesting article...
— HRD, FTSE 100 Business
Great article and some great takeaways for me there...
— CIO, European Investment Company
Another noteworthy article is ‘Success Story in Business Coaching Leadership, Life & Optimism’ by one of our regular contributors Malcolm Nicholson from the United Kingdom. He gives us insights on optimism and why it is an essential ingredient for innovation. He encourages us that the next time we have a difficult situation ahead, we should minimise negative thoughts and visualise the outcome we want by using positive affirmation statements.
— Editor, iCN Magazine
Its a very good article...
I have come to the conclusion that management of someone’s internal dialogue is a defining step in managing mood and its outward manifestation.
Your point about learned optimism I think is very important as you have to practice these skills unless you are very lucky and never have to face any sort of adversity.
I will have a bit more of a reflect as there is clearly something very worthwhile in exploring this more.
— Group HRD, FTSE 250 Business
...thanks for the article. It was quite thought provoking, just like the [coaching] sessions we used to have.
— MD, Global Food & Services Business, Singapore
Our international columnists, expert coaches and best-selling authors have provided insights about leadership coaching. In this month’s feature article ‘The Business Coaching Landscape – The Past, Present & Future’, author Malcolm Nicholson lays out the past, present and future of business & leadership coaching. In this article he shows us how leadership coaching is constantly evolving from time immemorial.
— Editor, International Coaching News
Well done! I appreciate that you have provided amazing knowledge on business coaching. It helps a lot for guidance to anyone.
— Blog comment
You are one of our most valued contributors. I always look forward to your quality articles. Thank you for always putting such heart and soul into each piece that you write.
— International Coaching News

A Coach's Story

Read Malcolm Nicholson's story of how he became a top Leadership Coach in ‘A Coach's Story’, Edited by Gerard O’Donovan, Published by Book Shaker, 2011

A Coach’s Story follows the journeys of 20 coaches, offering insights into the world of coaching from a variety of perspectives...these true-life stories of victory, compassion, intelligence and survival will provide instructive inspiration.
— A Coach's Story

 

A sample of previous articles to which Malcolm Nicholson has contributed.

 
 
 

Broadcasts


Malcolm is now a presenter with Coach Radio International. His interviews will be available in this section