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Working effectively with others.


Solution-focused coaching works to help clients recognise, and use, their existing resources to move forward.

The key question it asks is, 'What works for this client?'

By contrast, excessive focus on defining underlying problems would be distracting, and even counterproductive.

See also

Other link

How to pick the right executive coach, Association of Corporate Treasurers