In a typical ‘map’ of coaching, the coach owns the process while the coachee owns the content and outcome. However, research by Dr Paul Stokes suggests coachees are contributing much more than that   Typically, the literature and research that has been done on coaching tends to privilege the roles and skills of the coach. Despite commentators placing the coachee at the centre of the coaching relationship, this does not extend to affording the coachee any process skills as part of that relationship. The coach is assumed to own the process while the coachee...

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