Language that reflects back the coachee’s own words is a win-win formula for success. This is called Reflective Language. The coach does not use up mental activity in interpreting and the coachee does not have to detach from the ‘experience’ they may be having in order to worry about the meaning of the words (interpretation […]
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By angusmcleod on December 30, 2009 in Coaching Models Methods Tools, Coaching-Manager aids, Manager aids
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