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Are you using the entire coaching court?

“Imagine what is possible when we give our client[s] the spaciousness of the full court to play in.” Carly Anderson, MCC   Metaphors are powerful for our clients, but they can also be a powerful lens for gaining a deeper understanding of the coaching process. Carly Anderson, MCC and ICF assessor, explains that coaching is like […]

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How To Get Consent & Record Coaching Sessions, Plus Why You May Want To Try It!

From an article originally published by The Coaching Tools Company. (October 30, 2014) Nervous about recording your coaching sessions for certification? Worrying how you get consent from your clients, or what technology to use? Or perhaps you’re even wondering why bother? Read on and Kerryn will explain all… Until you’ve listened to a recording of […]

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Can high potential coaching add value?

There is ample research related to executive coaching and its benefits for the individual and organisations. Changes in the workplace such as technical development, globalisation and ever-demanding markets are placing greater demands on leaders, hence effective talent management acquisition and retention are crucial. This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reviews some recent research on […]

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Coaching supervision – how much do you need?

At long last, it seems a larger body of coaches is reaching a higher level of professional maturity. In particular, more and more coaches seem to be finally moving from the question of “What is coaching supervision?” and whether it is necessary to how much coaching supervision is necessary. The Association for Coaching (AC) recommends different amounts […]

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Coaching supervision versus mentor coaching

Coaching supervision involves a process of exploring through experience, reflection, inquiry and/or action, any personal, relational, professional and contextual issues arising from coaching practice (Geddes and Armstrong, 2009). As Geddes and Armstrong (2009) explain, supervision coaches’ professional self-awareness as well as their whole system appreciation of the coaching relationship. Coaching supervision is different from mentor […]

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What is your coaching practice – pure or blended?

There are many ways to coach and many contexts in which coaching can take place. The reality is that “although there is no one definition of coaching in business, there is a common understanding” (Passmore, 2010, cited in Smith, 2017, p. 65). This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reviews some recent research on the […]

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