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When I sit down with a client, they'll often say that there is so much they could talk about and that they don't know where to begin. My response is often that they have already begun simply in being aware enough that there is enough of a desire to want to achieve a goal and to sign up to coaching in the first place. In coaching we have great questions and activities that help start that journey, I thought I'd share a few with you here to help you think about where you could start your coaching journey from.
Reflective practice is a process that helps turn experience into knowledge (Gilbert and Trudel, 2001). It is therefore invaluable for the professional development of a coach. In practice in can be hard to know how best to do this, how it fits with coaching supervision and probably hardest of all for many, making the time to do so.
Coaching supervision is being used increasingly by coaches to gain more insights into their work, their client relationships, the impact client work may have on them and to deal with challenging coaching situations. So, for those who have not yet embraced Coaching Supervision, this Guide explains more about what it is and how it can work for the benefit of both coach and client.