Coaches call for collaboration to address poor practice

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — 8 JULY 2010 Coaches in the UK have given the thumbs down to government intervention and the thumbs up to collaboration between the professional bodies to deal with incompetent, unethical and poor coaching practice, according to a survey led by Coaching at Work. Only 14% and 13% respectively feel that the government regulating coaching in the UK is the way to prevent or reduce incompetent, and poor or unethical practice, according to the Poor Practice 2010 survey. The survey was carried out among Coaching at Work readers and members...

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