The famous five

When coaches become supervisors they have to take on a new identity. Reveals the five levels of change necessary for the transition.
Barbara Moyes
Do good coaches make good supervisors? Becoming a coaching supervisor is a role transition; what sociologist Erving Goffman calls “embracing” a new identity. But how do coaches become effective supervisors in an emerging profession where there isn’t...

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