COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 3 JULY, LONDON: KCL HELPS STUDENTS NAVIGATE UNI AND BEYOND

By Nicole Berg King’s College London (KCL) is coaching students to help them thrive in the transition to university and beyond. Often, there’s an assumption that students come to university equipped with the skills and strategies they need around rules, networks, finances, habits, mental health and wellbeing. But in fact they need support as they shift from a known and structured world to many unknowns, and in determining a structure for their own world to thrive, said executive coach and supervisor Clare Norman, and Wilna Gracias, who’s on secondment to manage the KCL Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategic Plan. […]

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