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  3.2 Coaching for Development

Question:

1. What is the difference between coaching for performance and coaching for development?

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Highlights from this session:

1. The key is to create a movement between coaching for performance and coaching for development, and

2. Learn how to write the Mandarin word "xin" (Heart/Mind) today!


Your Turn:

What strikes you about the distinction between coaching for performance and coaching for development?





Future Readings:

If you want to explore more on this related topic of coaching, I highly recommend you to read

1. A Game Plan For Life: The Power of Mentoring

2. You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned

Both of the above books are about the legendary teaching principles of UCLA basketball coach John Wooden

3. If you want to listen to John Wooden in person, listen to this two-part interview series that Tony Robbins did with Coach Wooden more than 20 years ago.

4. The Coaching Habit

This self-published book by Michael Bungay Stunier is deceptively simple, but very useful. All therapists should read this book.


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