You say it best, when you say nothing at all…

The author’s personal opinion on the value of silence during the coaching process Dr David Clutterbuck One of the most important skills for a coach or mentor to develop is the skill of creating and using silence. The value of silence as a significant contribution to the quality of a conversation — and particularly of learning conversations — has been recognised in other contexts for many generations. A coaching or mentoring session is a bit like a symphony. There are passages of rapid, excited exchange, but these are enhanced but other passages, which are slower and more contemplative. Most people can learn this “music of the […]

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