Put simply, coaching is a process that aims to improve performance and focuses on the ‘here and now’ rather than on the distant past or future. While there are many different models of coaching, here we are not considering the ‘coach as expert’ but, instead, the coach as a facilitator of learning. There is a huge difference between teaching someone and helping them to learn. In coaching, fundamentally, the coach is helping the individual to improve their own performance: in other words, helping them to learn.

A few examples of some of our coaching knowledge;

  • Extensive knowledge in mental health  from pre-birth to older people services
  • Comprehensive knowledge in substance misuse and the services that support
  • Experience of working with statutory, voluntary and community sector, not for profit, private companies and service-users within health and education services
  • Support for successful bid writing
  • Developing social prescribing in communities
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