Coaching at Work e-newsletter: February 2015

Welcome An independent review is urging the UK’s National Health Service to change its culture to make it easier for staff to blow the whistle on low standards of care (See Online news) without being victimised. This is great news. And it got me thinking about the role we coaches play as potential whistleblowers, particularly where we’re involved in multiple assignments and it comes to our notice that there is bullying or potentially harmful actions. How seriously do we take our responsibility to speak out? And what about the role we sometimes encourage our clients to take, speaking out against […]

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