What can we all learn from coaching dyslexic clients?
Posted on: 14 Oct 2022
As the recognition and awareness of neurodiversity increases, strategies that were once reserved for identified disorders are beginning to expand their applicability to a wider audience and coaching, of course, is no exception.
A case in point is a recent study that examines the process of coaching dyslexic adults. The findings yield important insights into the coaching process and its individualised, client-centred approach.
This issue of Coaching Research in Practice highlights this study and points to how dyslexic tendencies may impact coaching conversations and identifies practices that are beneficial to the dyslexic clients you may or may not be aware you are coaching. It applies as well to your broader client base, identifying approaches that will not only benefit dyslexic coaching clients, but will serve to support every individual client and give new meaning to the role of curiosity in the coaching process.
Be quick! This issue of Coaching Research in Practice is freely accessible to all ReciproCoach members for one week. Thereafter, this article, like all other past issues of Coaching Research in Practice, will require a paid subscription to read. Most paid ReciproCoach memberships include full access to the Coaching Research in Practice library.
Read full article here: https://reciprocoach.com/coaching-research#!#164
Written by Kerryn Griffiths, PhD, PCC and Global ReciproCoach Coordinator
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