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Coaching is about More than Asking Questions

Coaching is about More than Asking Questions

Marcia Reynolds July 15, 2015 0

The bulk of what a coach does is asking. It’s asking in the service of creating a new awareness

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The Eyes of Meaghan Smith: Photographer Healer and Coach Without Words

The Eyes of Meaghan Smith: Photographer Healer and Coach Without Words

Charles Smith February 17, 2014 0

Photographer Healer and Coach Without Words

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Coaching in VUCA Times: Animation Questions

Coaching in VUCA Times: Animation Questions

Agnes Mura June 5, 2012 0

Most economic, business, and political leaders have realized that the VUCA [volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity] environment is a permanent condition.

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Coaching: A Must-Have Strategy for Organizations Driving Employee Engagement

Coaching: A Must-Have Strategy for Organizations Driving Employee Engagement

Namrata Arora May 21, 2012 1

Why do employees leave? There is always one answer to this question – the organization can no longer provide what the employee wants. While coaching cannot help address all issues that drive employees to

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It’s Complicated:Coaching Relationships in Organizations

It’s Complicated:Coaching Relationships in Organizations

Jen Todd April 11, 2012 0

The complexities associated with coaching in organizations are abundant, including relationships with bosses, peers, customers and subordinates; power and authority dynamics; organizational goals; performance criteria; leadership development competencies; legacy patterns of behavior from cultural

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If You Can’t See What’s Missing, You Get Struck With It

If You Can’t See What’s Missing, You Get Struck With It

Charles Smith December 23, 2011 0

“Coachability” is the willingness to be coached, to listen, to respect instruction and act on it. Coaching (another set of eyes) lets you see what’s missing which, if you act on it, could

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Ethics in Coaching, Contracting and Confidentiality: Drawing Lines in the Sand

Ethics in Coaching, Contracting and Confidentiality: Drawing Lines in the Sand

Suzi Pomerantz November 11, 2011 0

Do we, as coaches, engage with our executive clients about ethical issues only once they’ve brought it up in a coaching session, or when we see an ethical quagmire of which the client may

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Philosophical Foundations of Coaching: Ontology

Philosophical Foundations of Coaching: Ontology

William Bergquist October 6, 2011 0

In this essay the authors focus on two dimensions of ontology that hold profound implications for the practice of professional coaching

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Appreciating the Story

Appreciating the Story

Alicia Rodriguez August 29, 2011 0

As coaches we listen to our clients stories. We are trained to stand as witness or observer to our clients’ experiences without ourselves becoming enmeshed or “hooked by” the stories they tell us. Our

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The Tale of Three Organizational Cultures, Structures and Processes

The Tale of Three Organizational Cultures, Structures and Processes

William Bergquist August 26, 2011 0

How do we lead, consult and coach with in widely differing settings in which organizational culture varies and organizational structures and processes vary so widely

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