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A technique which focuses on the positives and possibilities of a situation or person, in order to achieve change.
The use of ‘why’ in coaching is devisive. Here we explore this further.
We are made up of thoughts and feelings. As such coaches need to learn to step into and explore these areas.
Client rapport and relationships enable the coaching process, create trust and openness. All critical for success!
Listening is core coaching skill. It doesn’t just happen it take focus and practice to hone the ability.
Reflection is a key skills for coaches to help themselves becomes more aware of how they coach and develop.
It can be frustrating when a coachee doesn’t have an area to discuss. Here’s a simple way of teasing something out from them.
Silence in coaching is huge powerful. Here’s how to use it effectively.
A range of questions that coaches will find useful during when using the TGROW coaching model, as well as other models.