This week, David Clutterbuck, pioneer of developmental coaching and mentoring and co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, tells us:
- Why improv is a useful skill for coaches and helps them along the road of maturity
- Why some coaches should just shut up instead of asking their next killer question
- Why a French cleric (or Greek Goddess) would be a good choice of coaching companion
- Why Mongolia would be a good coaching destination
- ... and much more.
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David Clutterbuck is one of the early pioneers of developmental coaching and mentoring and co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. Author of more than 70 books, including the first evidence-based titles on coaching culture and team coaching, he is visiting professor at four business schools. He leads a global network of specialist mentoring and coaching training consultants, Coaching and Mentoring International.