Using the Seven Conversations in Supervision
While most textbooks refer to the coaching conversation as if it were a single, discrete
dialogue, in practice both coach and client carry out reflective dialogues in their minds
before, during and after the spoken conversation. Each of these additional dialogues has
an important role to play in the nature and the effectiveness of the coaching conversation.
Within supervision, the seven conversations provide a practical method for bringing different perspectives to bear on how both coach and client approach the learning dialogue and the learning relationship. They also focus attention on the thoughts and behaviours of both parties in the coaching relationship.
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