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Are dyslexic challenges affecting some of your clients?

While most people know dyslexia as a reading disorder, few people — including coaches — are aware that dyslexia also affects adults’ performance at work, including their memory, ability to organize, manage their time, plan and adapt to change. Diagnosed or not, dyslexia can create a barrier to performance and also has an impact on […]

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ReciproCoach Reunions

ReciproCoaches around the world are reuniting after having worked together as coaches and clients, mentors and mentees and in peer supervision groups. There’s something special about meeting someone who you’ve never met, but who you know so well! Natalie Jovanic (Spain), Cristina Roca (Spain) and Ana Sarmiento (Colombia/Spain) Members of the Spanish ReciproCoach community Photo […]

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How effective is your business thinking?

As coaches, we know too well the value of simply stopping to think. In fact, this is the reason many clients employ our coaching services. Without coaching sessions booked in their calendars, our clients would be so caught up in doing that they would not stop to think from one moment to the next. Although coaches are in the business […]

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What is the future of coaching supervision for you?

Little more than ten years ago, coaching supervision was only beginning and conversations still revolved around defining what it was. Today however, a large majority of coaches and organisations consider coaching supervision essential and conversations have shifted from what it is, and why or whether to have it, to the question of how often to […]

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How to coach multiple selves when they show up in coaching?

Given that self-awareness is a key outcome of coaching, coaching the coachee’s self is therefore a key process. Typically coaches talk about the self, referring to a single self. Yet current, as well as age old literature, suggests the presence of multiple selves. This issue of Coaching Research in Practice reflects on the notion and […]

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Going “deeper sooner” for bigger impact in coaching sessions

Some coaches make the mistake of thinking they’re giving more value when they give their clients longer sessions. In fact, the opposite is true – decreasing the time it takes you to create awareness for your clients, increases your value as a coach. Fran Fisher, MCC and ICF Assessor, talks about using the process of Creating the Coaching Agreement to […]

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