How to Use Appreciative Inquiry in One-to-One Coaching: the Discovery Stage
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by Andy Smith
4d ago
How to use Appreciative Inquiry in one-to-one coaching: help your client rediscover their strengths with appreciative interviews The post How to Use Appreciative Inquiry in One-to-One Coaching: the Discovery Stage appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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Using Appreciative Inquiry in One-to-One Coaching: the Definition Stage
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by Andy Smith
1w ago
Let’s take a moment to recall the two distinctive features of Appreciative Inquiry described by Jackie Stavros and Cheri Torres in Conversations Worth Having: positive framing (‘flipping’ problem statements so that they’re positively phrased, about what we want instead of… The post Using Appreciative Inquiry in One-to-One Coaching: the Definition Stage appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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How the ‘Experience Cube’ Works in Coaching (4 – part 2): How to Help Your Clients Get to Their Goals
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by Andy Smith
2w ago
This article follows on from previous articles considering the other quadrants of the Experience Cube: Observations, Thoughts, Emotions, and (obviously) Wants part 1 – so you might want to read those first. The Experience Cube is a model from Gervase… The post How the ‘Experience Cube’ Works in Coaching (4 – part 2): How to Help Your Clients Get to Their Goals appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (4 – part 1): How to Help Your Client Clarify What they Want
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by Andy Smith
3w ago
This article follows on from previous articles considering the other quadrants of the Experience Cube: Observations, Thoughts, and Emotions – so you might want to read those first. The fourth quadrant of the ‘Experience Cube’, as described in Gervase Bushe’s… The post How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (4 – part 1): How to Help Your Client Clarify What they Want appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (3): Why and How to Explore Feelings
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by Andy Smith
1M ago
Continuing the series on using the ‘Experience Cube’ in coaching! The model (quick overview here) comes from Gervase Bushe’s book Clear Leadership: Sustaining Real Collaboration and Partnership at Work, which I would say is essential reading for leaders, managers, and… The post How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (3): Why and How to Explore Feelings appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (2): Thinking
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by Andy Smith
2M ago
The second in a series on how to use Gervase Bushe's 'Experience Cube' model from 'Clear Leadership' to explore your coaching client's reality The post How the Experience Cube Works in Coaching (2): Thinking appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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Appreciative Coaching: How Our Assumptions Influence Our Questions
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by Andy Smith
2M ago
Appreciative coaches automatically know how to word their questions so they empower the client. How? By making the right assumptions The post Appreciative Coaching: How Our Assumptions Influence Our Questions appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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Appreciative Coaching: How to Instantly Improve The Coaching Relationship
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by Andy Smith
3M ago
(this article follows on from the previous Appreciative Coaching: Why We Assume That Something Is Working For Every Client, so you might want to read that first) Let’s take a closer look at how the assumptions we hold going into… The post Appreciative Coaching: How to Instantly Improve The Coaching Relationship appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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Appreciative Coaching: Why We Assume That Something Is Working For Every Client
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by Andy Smith
3M ago
The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry, an excellent introductory book by Sue Annis Hammond, is unusual among Appreciative Inquiry books in that it doesn’t set out the ‘five principles’ (Constructionist, Anticipatory, and so on) as fundamental to the approach. Instead,… The post Appreciative Coaching: Why We Assume That Something Is Working For Every Client appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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Appreciative Coaching: How Does the 5-D Format Compare to the GROW and TGROW Models?
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by Andy Smith
3M ago
If you have any prior experience of coaching you may well have used the GROW model, probably the most widely used format in coaching, and you may be curious about how the Appreciative Inquiry 5-D format relates to it. The… The post Appreciative Coaching: How Does the 5-D Format Compare to the GROW and TGROW Models? appeared first on Coaching Leaders ..read more
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