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Coaches need to acknowledge the importance of the relationship in their practice- Bowlby’s attachment theory has resonance for both coach and client, suggested Bill Critchley. By Elaine Robinson Sharing Ashridge’s relational approach to coaching at the European Mentoring & Coaching Council UK’s annual conference on 5-7 May, executive coach and organisation consultant Critchley highlighted how co-construction of meaning is one of the main ways change comes about. “Acknowledging that we all live in an inherently relationship context, we construct meaning together, in the here and now, this being the central means for change”, said Critchley, who was instrumental in developing […]

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