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The POSTnote on Integrity in Research (January 2017) summarises the key approaches to supporting, and the challenges around, good research practice in the UK .
You probably don’t believe that the world is flat. But what if your parents, teachers, and other influential figures had told you so? And warned you not to stray too far from the shore lest you fall off the edge?
What does it mean to be an ethical coach? In a truly authentic and meaningful way (rather than simply paying lip service to a code of conduct)?
Henry Marsh, the English brain surgeon, likens the decision whether – and when – to operate to playing Russian Roulette with two revolvers. Most of us do not face such dilemmas on a daily basis.
You are committed to your personal and professional development, and you have decided to explore coaching options. But how do you know if Halocline Coaching is right for you?