You do it best, when you say nothing at all, says Nancy Kline

Conference roundup – British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy Coaching Division inaugural conference, London, 17 June By Jane Campion It’s not easy selling silence to coaching buyers amid pressures for ever-greater and faster performance, and when the coach, not the outcome is measured, said Nancy Kline. However, giving ourselves and our clients the chance to see how brilliantly we can think because of our rich and radiant silence is worth the effort. Attention is an act of creation – in the presence of our listening and silence, clients can generate everything they need from the session, she said. “We are […]

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