The ABCs of Coaching

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

To prevent frequent confusion, it is worth recapping what Coaching is not about, particularly to distinguish it from the work of consultants or therapists.

An article from Altonivel suggests that Coaching is not what is happening when:

- the Coach decides what has to be done
- the Coach is the one correcting mistakes and solving problems
- the Coaching session focuses on minor issues
- Coaches use their own experience to illustrate examples

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