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ICF: clients doubled Most coaches (67%) in the UK are female, according to the International Coach Federation (ICF)’s 2nd Global Coaching Study. Since the first study in 2007, the average number of active clients per coach has doubled to 10. The study also revealed that many coaches believe the public’s confusion about the benefits of coaching is its biggest hurdle, and that professional organisations are best-placed for greater regulation of coaching. See www.coachfederation.org/coachingstudy2012/ Coach credibility ‘high’ Team coaching is on the rise as well as coach training for managers, says the seventh annual Sherpa Executive Coaching Survey. Thirty-five per cent of coaches […]

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