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African coaching research project

People helping climb a hill

The aim of the research project is to extend beyond traditional institutional networks and mainstream approaches, recognising the equal value of all countries and all cultures.

The survey was launched on 1 March 2019 and consists of two streams: one aimed at coaches and the other at those who commission coaching. The research explores coach training, ethics, continuing professional development and practice.

Please see below a copy of The State of Play in African Coaching report.

The State of Play in African Coaching

Professor Jonathan Passmore

Professor of Coaching and Behavioural Change
Published 20 March 2019
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