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By Dr Jeremy Sutton (from PositivePsychology.com)

… how do you help more people improve their relationships, health, and work stress, and still ensure your financial security as a coach without working unsustainable hours (Rivera & Rivera, 2019)?

The answer is group coaching. This approach is becoming increasingly popular in organizations where it makes better use of employees’ time and cuts training overheads (Flückiger, Aas, Nicolaidou, Johnson, & Lovett, 2016). This article explores the group coaching model, its benefits, and what to consider when setting up and running a program.

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