Remote coaching

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If you’re engaging in coaching or mentoring with your trainees and early career colleagues at the moment, it’s likely you’ll have begun to facilitate this relationship somewhat remotely. We’ve put together some advice and suggestions to help you navigate coaching and mentoring in the virtual world.  Throughout the article we will refer to the roles of coach and coachee. Choosing technology The first aspect to address when engaging in remote coaching is technology. It may be the case that both you and the colleague(s) you’re working with utilise the same technology but if you don’t then there’s a decision to be made. We’d recommend keeping it simple, selecting a tool that you both have easy access to and that you each experience the fewest technical difficulties with. Your school may already be using Google Meet, Microsoft Teams or Zoom. You may wish instead to make use of the free version of something like Spike or perhaps make use of tools availab

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