How to – Coach two clients at a time

When coaching more than one person simultaneously all the ground rules still apply but will need to be applied more rigorously and with careful organisation. The article spells how to achieve this. Eyan Pavell Coaching more than one party at a time requires clear and detailed ground rules as both coach and clients negotiate increased agendas and information, and three new dyadic relationships As coaching becomes more widespread, coaching interventions involving more than one identified client in the room are more common. Ongoing three-way coaching as an intervention is rare, but companies requesting more involvement and accountability from coaching engagements […]

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