Whose Story Is This, Anyway? Identification with Clients in Leadership Coaching

  • Dave Snapp

Abstract

IT IS ALMOST INEVITABLE THAT, as leadership coaches, we will encounter clients with situations and issues apparently similar to our own. These similarities may intrigue and stimulate us, or they may feel disquieting and uncomfortable.

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© Christine Wahl, Clarice Scriber, and Beth Bloomfield 2013

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