The 8 Principles Of Coaching

A coach believes that individuals possess huge potential to resolve their own issues.
(The coach doesn’t give advice.)

The coach brings no pre-conceived ideas or judgement but acts as a catalyst for change.

The coachee remains responsible at all times for the situation and the solutions.

The focus is always on what the coachee thinks and experiences.

A coach believes that coachees can generate perfect solutions.

Coaching is about helping people to learn rather than teaching them.

Coaching focuses on future possibilities, not past failures.

A coach believes in the value and uniqueness of each individual.

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What has been your experience with coaching so far? How would you feel if a coach offered you the time and space to think creatively about something you want to change or achieve? What would you use it for?

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