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Ep 091: Common coaching pitfalls to avoid

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In this second part of our latest coaching series, we look at some of the common pitfalls that coaches and coachees can encounter when working together. Pilar and Richard look at the importance of  taking time to reflect between sessions, of honesty and openness and of being clear on the coaching focus. 

If you have questions about coaching, we'd love to hear from you. We'll be addressing listeners' questions in a later episode of this series, so either message us on Twitter or send a long note via our contact form at WorkLifePsych.com/contact. 

Resources mentioned in this episode

Episode 090: How to approach coaching: https://www.worklifepsych.com/podcast/90/ 

What is coaching? Getting unstuck: https://www.worklifepsych.com/what-is-coaching-getting-unstuck/

Coaching with WorkLifePsych: https://www.worklifepsych.com/coaching 

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