RESEARCH MATTERS: NAVIGATING COMPASSION FATIGUE AS A COACH

Coaching is often offered as a wellbeing intervention to those experiencing stress or heading for burnout, but what about the coach? Marian Rosefield and Julia Papworth report

  Coaches may be increasingly required to work alongside highly stressed individuals who are struggling to cope with role demand. With the lens focused on client outcomes, coaching as a wellbeing intervention may be offered as a preventative approach to those experiencing stress or heading for burnout, but what about the coach? Following on from the Coaching At Work...

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