"We meet every fortnight," he says. "It is very much a model to seek to understand what is the outcome you are trying to achieve and get them to do it themselves because it is a much powerful way of learning."
"It takes me out of my day-to-day job," says Angland. "Your attention is 100 percent focused on helping them with problems they may be facing at home or work; or identifying goals they are looking to achieve and setting them up to succeed in those goals.
"It is quite an empowering feeling to get the feedback that the work you do has helped them," he says. "At the end of the day, the growth of that individual is providing impetus to the organisation as well to help achieve its goals." Photography by Tony Nyberg
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