The Coach as a Facilitator for Self-Findings




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Manorot Kusolasakd
Manager, Thailand

The Coach as a Facilitator for Self-Findings

Coaching is not about teaching people, but it is a process of facilitating the coachee to dig out his/her own hidden talents and anxiety via psychological counseling techniques.
 

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Gilbert Aubert
Coach, Costa Rica
 

Coaching is not About Teaching People

The coach is like a gardener. She/he prepares and paves the way for plants to grow alone, via coaching techniques.

 
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Valdir Mendes
Manager, Brazil
 

Coach Shows the Way ..

I see the role of coach as a spiritual mentor who works with psychological techniques so that the person or team moves / stays in the right direction.

 
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Giovanni
Strategy Consultant, Italy
 

The Coach is a Tool, The Coachee Drives

I'm a coach and not a teacher... I do always remember that a coach is a tool...
The coachee drives...

 
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Udoy Narayan Ganguly
Teacher, India
 

Coach: the Guide by the Side

My compliments for bringing out the essence so succinctly. I feel a coach is like a 'guide by the side'. S/he facilitates the coachee to discover him/herself.

 
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Philip Smart, United Kingdom
 

Sometimes Coaching Support Means Telling...

There are times when a client really cannot find a way forward and needs more than a guide.
It is then the role of a coach to direct him/her when appropriate.

 
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miguel
Consultant, Mexico
 

The Facilitator Helps to Maximize an Individual's Learning

The facilitator encourages and helps the client, by encouraging their active participation in the pr... Sign up

 
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chin yook kong, PhD
Coach, Malaysia
 

Helping your Coachee to see possibilities: PAPA

Coaching is helping your coachee to see possibilities. To coach is to be like a papa: P - The coach... Sign up

 
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Udoy Narayan Ganguly
Teacher, India
 

Essence of Coaching

@Gilbert Aubert: I agree with the basic concept. However, the saplings need direction to grow and fo... Sign up

 
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Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Theory of Intentional Change in Coaching

In 1970 Professor Boyatzis developed a Theory of Intentional Change. Intentional change involves: -... Sign up

   

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