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John Mcilroy said:
In terms of coaching practice and making admin easier technology is very much on the rise among coaches. However the jury is still out as regards learning and development. Our latest research shows coaches are split on the impact of technology as a source of learning.

The question is why? and at the minute we need more information. Is it that the quality is not there? The level of development is still in its infancy in coach learning compared to other industries? Coaches don’t know what to do with what they’re seeing/reading? Or the role of technology is to fill small gaps in learning rather than the foundations of coach development (and therfore less likely to say it makes a significant impact)? This final one is more a research methodology point!

These are the sort of questions we intend to ask this year in our research.
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