You don’t just become a coach because you study coaching. You become a coach through a lifetime of helping / guiding / supporting others. Coaching is simply another toolkit to take that to another level. It is thus important to consider what else we can bring from our past and present into our coaching so that the person who shows up most closely reflects who we can be.

Q: What other skills might I bring to my coaching?

5.7 How can we bring more of ourselves to our coaching?

Programme Overview

I have the privilege of being part of an amazing peer-support group that meets every two weeks with one purpose: “to support our development as coaches!”

And yet, as we grow as coaches, we are also called on to do an incredible amount of inner work. Our mission has thus evolved to be: “to support each other as humans and as friends!”

The accompanying content was developed to support this process and has served as inspiration. The hope is that this content may inspire other coaches to set up their own peer-support groups or that it may serve in some other fashion. It is not intended to be the last word on anything!

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