Breakthroughs

11th December 2018

It’s a cliche, yet a truth nonetheless, that coaching is a journey. The process of change takes time as individuals look inwards at their beliefs, motivations, assumptions and patterns and then act outwardly in the form of behavioural change, new relational patterns and fresh communication styles. Yet, ever so often there are breakthroughs – moments when we can recognise a change has taken place and that things won’t ever quite be the same again.

In this stimulating collection of essays from practising coaches, we share the stories of what happens in coaching between client and coach and how breakthroughs take place. Sharing real life case-studies in which clients have kindly given permission for their stories to be told, Breakthroughs offers 11 tales of transformation that will open up the world of coaching to you.

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