Coaching effectively

Coach others to achieve their best for themselves, your team and the organisation

Gill Hasson


  • To be able to coach others to achieve their goals at work – to realise their potential and achieve their best – for their personal and professional development, and for the benefit of your team and the organisation.
  • To learn how to coach others to acquire new skills, make better decisions and manage challenges and setbacks.
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In order for a problem to exist in coaching terms there need to be two elements present: first, something that needs to be achieved – the goal; second, something that is getting in ...

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