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Want to contribute to the ReciproCoach community and get a reciprocal membership?

Each year, we give ReciproCoaches an opportunity to get more involved in the ReciproCoach community through our Reciprocal Membership Program. Through the ReciproCoach Reciprocal Membership Program, members can make a contribution to the ReciproCoach community and, as a thanks for your work, we’ll give you your choice of any ReciproCoach membership. In its third year running, this program moves […]

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Did you begin with the end in mind?

“Begin with the end in mind” is habit #2 of Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. We apply this principle in coaching, yet it’s surprising just how many coaches fail to apply this principle in their coaching business. If this is you, whether you are just starting out, or years in but still haven’t got around […]

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How many coaches still set New Year’s resolutions and why or why not?

This time last year we asked the question, “As a coach, do you still set New Year’s resolutions?” and we ran a poll. According to this poll, here’s what we found out: 48% of coaches still set New Year’s resolutions. 33% of coaches do not set New Year’s resolutions. 19% of coaches sometimes set New […]

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ReciproCoach Coaching Research in Practice: A year in review

We’ve come to the end of another year of Coaching Research in Practice. We’ve spotlighted ten pieces of evidence-based coaching research and we’ve made recommendations for how to apply the findings in your coaching practice, keeping you current as our profession evolves. Here’s what we’ve covered this year: February: How does leadership stress impact leaders and followers? March: Can career […]

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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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