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Comments (3)

   
Ralph

Hi Liz,
Do you see any potential problem with step 4? In that all engagement should ideally be a two-way team, equally mutually beneficial process. What’s init for the person that loads the conversation to be all about the other person?

14/12/16
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Simo

Hi Liz- Great post, particularly useful to think about the framework if it's a 'difficult conversation'. Step 6- Reflection?

16/12/16
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LizBurkinshaw

Good idea Chris - Step 6 - reflection - what worked well, what will help me have a better conversation next time with them if it all went a bit pear shaped, etc... That's where I think the value of having better conversations can directly benefit the coach

19/12/16
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Simo

and those conversations between athlete(s) and coach are so important. Great framework, definetly going to use it to help me have better conversations!

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