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Don’t risk attempting to coach a loved one yourself

It’s very tempting, but most experienced coaches would agree that it’s not worth the risk. Coaching loved ones usually brings up a variety of issues that not only affect our coaching performance, but also our relationships with our loved ones. It’s no surprise that the ICF code of ethics states that coaches need to “Strive […]

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How will the new data protection laws affect client data and recorded sessions?

Next month, ReciproCoach is hosting another series of Recorded Sessions Rounds (register here by June 24) but before you jump in and register, you may need to consider the new General Data Protection Regulation laws which come into effect in Europe on May 25. In fact, whether you’re registered for a Recorded Sessions Round or not, and even […]

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Which two competencies are the most crucial to master?

According to Carly Anderson, MCC, ICF assessor and author of The Target Approach: Demystifying the ICF Core Competencies, Coaching Presence and Establishing the Coaching Agreement are the two core competencies that are most crucial for coaches to master. In a recent blog article, Carly explains that “your presence is what determines what you believe your role is as […]

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Have you ever attempted to coach a loved one?

The ICF code of ethics states that coaches need to “strive at all times to recognize [their] personal issues that may impair, conflict with or interfere with [their] coaching performance…” (see #8 to read more). Most coaches would agree that attempting to coach a loved one inevitably brings up issues that not only affect their coaching performance, […]

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