Maps in the form of frameworks and tools can help us navigate the coaching process, shedding light on what might be happening internally and within our context. They can provide guidance through challenging circumstances (we are often not the first to meet them ) and help us identify the paths we might take in order to make the changes we seek in our personal and professional lives. How do we ensure though that we are not confusing the map with the territory? This article is aimed at therapeutic coaches and featured in Coaching Today magazine this July. You might also find it an interesting read as a coachee.
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