As part of my training and consultancy work, I often support schools and colleges with setting up and developing coaching networks. In mature coaching networks, I am noticing an exciting evolution of their role from 1:1 coach to the broader role of “internal consultant” for teams. With current demands for quality improvement and budgetary constraints in all sectors of education, this broader and richer role has a lot to offer.
When coaching networks are set up, they initially have to grapple with establishing credibility, clarifying their offer and becoming a trusted resource for teachers…
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