Research Updates

Burn-out busters! The benefits of psychosocial coaching - the evidence

Friyana Bhabha

This study looks at the effect of preventive coaching on employees with psychosocial health complaints - and identifies some barriers to employee participation.

Take Home Messages: Psychosocial health complaints are common in the workplace. Preventive coaching: Improves general wellbeing; Increases satisfaction with life; Decreases psychological distress; and Decreases self-reported staff burn-out. However not everyone is receptive to psychosocial coaching in the workplace, for reasons raging from concerns about priva...

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