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The Art of Coaching

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paulette alcox

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of The Art of Coaching

Share with a partner or a group:
What has been your favourite page so far
Why
Has this message impacted your work in coaching?
Does this message reflect something you really believe/ support?
My favourite page...
Revising my Manifesto
What beliefs will not change, even if the role/model changes?

What beliefs do I want to bring to mind when I feel lost or overwhelmed?

What beliefs left out before, have I come to realize are important to who I am and what I do as a coach/ educator?
Where do we go from here?
What is your dream application of the resource?
A coach who knows who knows who she is and can travel back in time
Often the question comes up about what makes a great coach. The answer is, a coach engaged in ongoing work on him- or herself. The answer is not someone who asks great questions...All our "doing" is affected profoundly by the way in which we "be".
The Art of Coaching
Frank Ball, 2008, p.33
Looking back at where you were two months ago, two years ago, in September...
What has changed?
Have you changed your core beliefs?
Have you rethought how those values might impact the way you work as a coach?
Have you expanded your thinking?
Give one, get one
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