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Later we cover feedback and how listening, questioning and feedback skills create the conversational dance that develops in a coaching discussion. The questioning process in this context is like the rhythm and as the conversation changes the questions and questioning style will also change. Hints and tips The use of silence in a coaching conversation is a powerful way of allowing the client to develop their own question and allows them time to think and reflect on what is going on for them inside.
Enables them to open their vision and explore possible options. The question also assumes that they already know where to go for this help by the words ‘who else’. ’ focuses the client on their own assessment of the options and encourages them to prioritize from the list of possibilities. Later we cover feedback and how listening, questioning and feedback skills create the conversational dance that develops in a coaching discussion. The questioning process in this context is like the rhythm and as the conversation changes the questions and questioning style will also change.
Use it in every situation where another person is talking to you – this is not a model to be wheeled out and switched on when you start to coach! Listening is like running: it takes a lot of energy. When you first start to really listen you will find that it is hard work and you get tired very quickly. Therefore you need to build up your stamina for listening in order to really pick up not only what is being said but what isn’t being said – which can be even more important. What is the process?
50 Top Tools for Coaching: A Complete Tool Kit for Developing and Empowering People by Gillian Jones, Ro Gorell