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04 May 2020 202
Who do you coach? Organising and Planning

Behaviour Bitesize Blog: 3.1 Organised

This series explores each of the identified coaching behaviours alongside the Principles of Great Coaching. Policy and Partnership Manager Craig Blain looks at organisation as fundamental to the great coaching experience

A key outcome from our efforts here is the environment we create within our coaching sessions. Being organised and providing an experience that highlights our level of organisation and forethought can only ever be a positive thing.

Planning is certainly an essential part of the coaching process and having a clear understanding of your plan helps to encourage ownership and empowerment through a higher level of engagement. As the participant, this can help to emphasise that things in the session are being done with you rather than to you.

The graphic below highlights one of UK Coaching’s coaching behaviours, which links to the great coaching principle of organised. Try and incorporate it into your coaching practice. 

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