Working with the systemic factors of a client’s environment can bring them a fresh perspective when they don’t know how to move ahead, and can give them a fresh angle on their place in their systems – and the place of their challenges in those systems. They typically find that simply acknowledging ‘what is’ brings a new kind of calm which often makes a new solution possible – and also that they have a more meaningful question than the one they brought to the coaching session. Their experience is that simply standing in the truth of ‘what is’ can be liberating.
To learn more, see Lindsay’s latest article in ‘Coaching at Work’: ‘Stepping back to go forward’.
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