Learning Conversations with Future Leaders. A practice insight working paper

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Skinner, J. and Oberholzer, L. 2020. Learning Conversations with Future Leaders. A practice insight working paper. Leeds Beckett University.
AuthorsSkinner, J. and Oberholzer, L.
TypeWorking paper
Abstract

The aim of this insights working paper is to reflect on how an experienced coach, and senior leader, deploys coaching skills without a prescriptive framework, to facilitate conversations. The piece outlines how rapport is develop, and how the coach develops a relationship of trust before moving forward, with key coaching strategies to support coachees in their practice.

Year2020
PublisherLeeds Beckett University
Web address (URL)https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/carnegie-school-of-education/research/collectived/~/-/media/4025ce6ddfb949d4aa96a454249da878.ashx
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OnlineJul 2020
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Deposited15 Jul 2020
Copyright holder© 2020 Leeds Beckett University
JournalCollectivED Working Papers
Journal citation11, pp. 55-58
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