Coaching is a process that focuses on the development of specific skills to achieve defined goals, by using our inherent ability to find answers through our own experience and knowledge.
Peer Coaching practice also develops the trust and bonds between peers and unlocks the agency within your peers that is the cornerstone of the Clore Social Leadership approach.
Think of the Coaching Principles as the guardrails of your coaching session—quick, memorable recipes that will help keep you on track. These principles describe the most important elements of good coaching practice. It might require a mindset shift. As a coach, you are facilitating rather than fixing. Most of all - it’s about practising. We learn coaching by coaching. The good news is there are many opportunities in our day to day lives for practice!