Picture this…

Describes a coaching technique using pencil and paper, rather than words, to visualise the coachee’s coaching needs Martin Shovel Words such as ‘leadership’ are an essential tool of the coach’s trade – except when they veer towards the abstract and become meaningless. But what if you were asked to ‘draw’ what leadership looks like? Imagine being asked to conduct a coaching session in total silence. Would it be possible to make it meaningful, or would it be as pointless as listening to a switched off radio? Conventionally, words are the medium that support the coaching experience and make it possible. […]

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