A – Z Coaching and Mentoring – This week’s extract highlights Holistic coaching and how it involves taking into account how you as a coach work differently with each individual client.
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that are fit for purpose in each individual coaching relationship.
A holistic coach will pay attention to the client’s whole experience in life and will be:
- Working with the mind
- Working with the body – diet, nutrition, exercise, hydration, yoga
- Working with energy & the spirit – connection with self, connection with the client and connection with the bigger picture, sometimes described as purpose or spirituality.
Taken from the A-Z Coaching Handbook by Clare Smale where you will find a comprehensive A-Z, plus a full list of references.