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Systemic issue

It is important coaches recognise when to make a referral to a GP, clinical psychologist or other specialist help, emphasised Picheta. “They need to recognise stress and consider the past history and pervasiveness of symptoms in their clients.” Where coaches have...

Don’t miss out

As research consistently highlights how coaching can help manage stress, many more need to make the connection, or miss out. Professor Stephen Palmer, director of the Centre for Stress Management and of City University’s Coaching Psychology Unit in London, said:...

Lack of competence

Earlier this year, a report laid some of the blame for rising stress at the feet of incompetent bosses. Managers’ lack of competence and misplaced confidence in themselves is creating a stressed-out, unfulfilled workforce, according to research from the Chartered...

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