NHS assessment highlights poor practice

A red flag has been raised on unchecked poor coaching practice, prompting Coaching at Work to join forces with professional bodies to look at this area. The dilemma of what to do when faced with poor practice came up at a recent assessment of coaches by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement (NHSIII) and i-coach academy for the NHS coach register. “We came across some evidence of poor practice – and where is the boundary of keeping that confidentiality to the process? It was a dilemma,” said Susan Mortlock, head of board development for the NHSIII, speaking at the Chartered...

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