In a coaching relationship, the client’s stories reflect a fraction of who they are. We must resist jumping to assumptions based on those fragments By Lindsay Wittenberg I recently had the sad experience of attending the cremation of a previous client who had died at the age of just 56. As I watched the projected photos of him at various times in his life – from babyhood to life with his family, and as I looked around me at the dozens of people who had come to pay their respects, I glimpsed how rich and multifaceted is a human being’s […]

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