Public spending cuts have far-reaching impact on coaching

The drastic cuts in UK public spending announced on 20 October in the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) will impact coaching in myriad ways. UK Chancellor George Osborne has set out around £83 billion in public spending cuts, the largest cutbacks in Government expenditure since the emergency budgets of the post World War II era. In the wake of the CSR, coaches and coaching buyers interviewed by Coaching at Work predict growing numbers of clients presenting with stress, anxiety or depression. This will make greater demands on coaches who will need to ensure they have adequate training and...

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