In the field of coaching, there are a wide variety of effective methods and tactics that one may use to bring out the best in a client. Which one to use depends largely on the situation, condition, and specific needs of the client seeking help.
One of these approaches is the Strength-Based Approach. Focusing first on that person’s individual strengths, a firm foundation is laid and the rest follows from there.
In this episode of The Remarkable Coach, Micheal speaks with Paul Sanbar about his approach to coaching – his principles and philosophies – and how effective they prove to be for his clients.
A bit about Paul:
As a coach, coach supervisor, workshop/group/virtual facilitator, poet, and author, Paul’s life and career have been dedicated to the field of self-development and to affecting positive change through storytelling and conversations.
Beginning as a psychotherapist, he’s now a Professional Certified Coach [PCC] accredited by the International Coaching Federation and a certified coach supervisor currently applying for the European Supervision Individual Accreditation [ESIA] from the European Mentoring & Coaching Council.
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