HOW TO… DEVELOP COACHING USING REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

By Lynne Cooper As a client leaves a coaching encounter, they will be reflecting on what they have learnt. It’s a process that can lead to enlightenment, even permanent change. So why don’t all coaches reflect and learn too? Before you rush to the next session, here are some tips on how to ‘book time’ to self-reflect Reflective practice helps turn experience into knowledge (Gilbert & Trudel, 2001). Who wouldn’t want to do that? Yet many practitioners, including coaches, struggle to reflect meaningfully on their work in order to learn, develop and grow. As coaches we encourage our coaching clients […]

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