Behind the scenes – Who are you with your client?

Through supervision, coaches can gain intelligence on their ‘invisible toolkit’, and its impact in the coaching session, says Edna Murdoch “Coach and client are engaged in a process of reciprocal influence… thus the person of the coach must be fully involved” – Professor Bill Critchley When a coach first engages with a potential employer or client the outcome is shaped by the coach’s energy, intellect, dynamism, intention and presence. A coach’s invisible toolkit also includes the life events, influencers, teachers and trainers that have made them – all of which will have a bearing on every coaching session. When I […]

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