Coaches need supervision too

Mahony, Dominic
September 2009
People Management;9/24/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p33
The article discusses the importance of supervision process for performance coaches. Due to tough economic conditions, the need for flexible approach to performance coaching is called for by the author. He highlights the need for trusted supervisors to understand the strengths and recognise areas for improvement. The author notes that coaching supervision providers must have expertise and qualifications that are operating under a recognised body's guidelines and code of ethics.


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