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Self-care and development

Exploring Our Duty to Care as Coaches

UK Coaching’s Policy and Partnership Manager Heather Douglas explores the coach’s Duty to Care. The consensus is clear: we should equip ourselves not only with strategies to care for the people we coach, but also for ourselves

In this recording of a Time2Learn session, UK Coaching’s Policy and Partnership Manager Heather Douglas places Duty to Care firmly under the spotlight. 

You will be encouraged to explore the importance of developing strategies to care not only for the people you coach, but for yourself too. 

During the session (03:02), you will be encouraged to pause the webinar to watch this video (right).

What is your Duty to Care?

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