Carly Anderson, MCC is a qualified mentor coach for ICF MCC, PCC and ACC credentials. In this Coach Federation blog post Carly shares some tips on how to prepare for the coaching session. Knowing the plan ahead of time and being fully present in your coaching sessions are key factors in coaching success.
In my capacity as a trainer of coaches, and as a mentor coach, I’m often asked how I prepare for my coaching conversations. There are some bigger picture things and then simple in-the-moment things that I’ve found work for me, and I’ll share them here with you.
#1 – Have a coaching development plan so conversation is on purpose
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