We need to question the way coaches are trained. Too many recognised qualifications emphasise ways of doing, and not of being, argues Paul Laughlin
  How have you developed as a coach? What has supported your growth? These questions, asked in supervision, have prompted me to reflect on my own development journey. I’ve been coaching now for more than five and half years and I can see a real shift in my perspective. A shift that causes me to question the training I received at the start. What relevance does this...

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