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Thanks to is amazing effectiveness, coaching gains on interest of a growing number of persons and institutions, thus the demand for educational services in the scope of coaching is on the increase as well. A coach in Poland is a relatively new profession, but the need to standardize the professional proceedings in terms of ethics has been noticed from the very beginning. It is important to stress the need for reflexion over the professionalization of the coach profession in Poland and introduction of some specific legal regulations in that scope.
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