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Using diverging and converging questions and giving non-judgmental feedbackThis video illustrates how to ask ‘Coaching Questions’ to help other people think through problems and tasks for themselves. A good coach knows how to use effective questions to open up people’s thought processes, enabling them to solve problems and achieve goals.
Summary of learning messages
Coaching encourages self-belief
Coaching is about enabling someone to think through a problem or task for themselves
Use a range of coaching questions
Appropriate questions help someone explore and evaluate different options for themselves
Give neutral feedback
Describe what you observe, don’t give your opinion.
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