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Guided Design: A Powerful Tool for Training Professional Coaches

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Example of Guided Design Program

To illustrate the use of Guided Design in the educating and training of coaches, I have offered one of my own exercises. I introduce concepts from my own work on coaching (cf. Bergquist and Mura, 2011) and build the case study around a client (Susan Tremain) who is hypothetical—yet based on several clients with whom I have worked over the past twenty years.

Please feel free to use these specific Guided Design materials, though I ask that you cite the source of these materials as me (Bill Berquist) and the Library of Professional Coaching. While you can certainly use these materials, I strongly recommend that you build your own Guided Design case study, making use of your own coaching experiences and your own concepts and perspectives regarding effective coaching practices.

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