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What Is Coaching and the Tao of Coaching

By: Vadim Kotelnikov, Founder, Inspirational Business e-Coach

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The Tao of Coaching

  1. YIN (passive, accepting side). Removing Barriers: listening, reducing interference such as fear and doubt, removing barriers to learning, and focusing attention of the player.

  2. YANG (active, aggressive side). Challenging: asking coaching questions, inspiring and energizing the player, providing feedback, helping him to create or think something through for himself.

The Goal of Coaching

The goal of coaching is to guide vision, urge excellence, and empower the one being coached the player through establishing a firmer connection with his or her inner authority.


Focusing on the Person, Not the Subject

Coaching is the key to unlocking the true potential of your people, your organization, and yourself. It is based on the concept that individuals learn most from the everyday application of skills and by trying things out in practice.

The coaching is all about helping others to identify and define their specific goals, and then organize themselves to attain these goals. Coaching deals with building an individual's personal skills, from setting the goals, to communication to management style to decision making and problem solving. Coaches draw upon a client's inner knowledge, resources and creativity to help him or her be more effective. It is about bringing the same structure and creativity to your interaction with colleagues as you bring to solving business problems.