Coaches make a difference.
Research proves again and again that coaching not only improves physical and mental wellbeing but also brings about social and economic benefits. Inspiring coaches not only help us to learn new skills and be active, but they also have a transformative and lasting impact on community life.
Thinking of becoming a coach?
Often people shy away from getting involved in helping out with coaching because they don't feel they have the knowledge to coach techniques. But coaching is about so much more than technique.
Many people, without knowing it, would make great coaches because they already use coaching skills to inspire others. Mums who nurture their children, managers and leaders who support teams to achieve individually and collectively and kids who comfort their friends in difficult times.
If you would like to know more about how to become a coach please visit UK Coaching for all the latest resources, videos, podcasts and online courses.
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