Cultures in Coaching

  • Karen Curnow

Abstract

HAVE YOU EVER HAD MOMENTS in your coaching when you hit a roadblock that absolutely stumped you? Where you “missed” your client in some fundamental way? Where you suddenly realized that your client thinks in a very different way than you do? Most coaches have had experiences like this.

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© Christine Wahl, Clarice Scriber, and Beth Bloomfield 2013

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