How are values identified in coaching?

Posted on: 21 Mar 2024

Values form an important part of coaching. Whether cultural, professional or personal, values drive motivation, influence our behaviour and are integral in the process of development and transformation. Identifying one’s values, remaining aware of them and ensuring their alignment with goals creates a sense of meaning in both work and life.



This issue of Coaching Research in Practice considers a recent paper that explores how coaching supports coachees in identifying their personal values. It highlights three key themes within the process, sheds light on particular skills coaches require and makes suggestions for practice that have the potential to support any coach who wants to use values identification processes to better support their clients.


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Written by Kerryn Griffiths, PhD, PCC and Global ReciproCoach Coordinator


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