Cold comfort

Describes how coaches can increase their ability to evaluate their work. Alison Hardingham I am about to destroy a couple of the certainties that we as coaches like to comfort ourselves with. That is because I believe a coach can never be certain that he or she has done a good job, and the ability to live with that uncertainty is part of what being a good coach is all about – as is the ability to tolerate all kinds of “not knowing”. But I am also going to suggest practical things that we can do to increase our ability […]

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