Whose agenda is it anyway?

Looks at the latest thinking on the relationship between client and coach David Megginson There is a commonly stated position among coaches and writers that the person being coached is the sole influencer on the agenda that is set. I have been wondering whether that is the whole story. Recent books that address agenda-setting indicate a range of possibilities. Client’s agenda Downey is a passionate advocate for a non-directive approach. He talks about the client (“player”) having an innate capacity to learn: “A non-directive coach seeks to tap into that instinct so that the player learns for himself.” Wilson’s new […]

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