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Coaching Learning Resource

The purpose of the Coaching Learning Resource is to support individuals and organisations across Scotland's social services who are interested in developing a coaching approach. It aims to provide guidance about:

  • why a coaching approach might be helpful to individuals, teams and organisations
  • what is involved in a coaching approach, from informal coaching conversations to more formal one-to-one or team coaching
  • how to develop a coaching approach.

It has been designed with different audiences in mind. The intention is to provide a range of guidance around coaching to suit the needs of these different audiences. The resource does not set out or prescribe one specific approach to coaching in Scotland's social services.

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Scottish Social Services Council
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PDF document SSSC Coaching Learning Resource-2016.pdf

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