True confessions

As coaches we know that when we hear clients’ stories we are simply getting their ‘version’ of the reality. It is only when we investigate what is really happening that we can truly help them, says Julie Starr. What is actually powerful about coaching is what is at its core – truth. The truth is what lies at the heart of something. It goes beyond story or facts. As coaches, truth is our guiding light and the path we must pursue. But in any conversation there will be more than one truth. The role of the coach is to discern […]

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