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Coaching for a strong state of mind

A coaching programme run at the National College of Ireland aims to unlock its participants' full potential, writes Gareth Naughton.

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Alan Palmer, managing director of the School of Coaching: 'One of our foundation stones is the coach being a true believer in the potential of the coachee'. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Overcome the inner voice that undermines you as you work, and you will unlock your full potential. That is the philosophy behind a new coaching programme being run at the National College of Ireland, in conjunction with the London-based School of Coaching.

The coaching programme, which is being launched later this year, aims to give participants the tools to help coachees to overcome the insecurities holding them back, and unconsciously focus on the changes that...

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