The objective of the class was to see how reflection on an anthropological basis is essential to build the vision and practice of future coaches and to open up avenues to identify the great paradigms of thoughts and actions of people and cultures.
« Think like a man of action, and act like a man of thought », (Henri Bergson) – this is the philosophy that a coach must adopt while continuously taking time for self-reflection and reflection on who he or she is addressing.
« Philosophy is not only a theoretical concept, but it necessary to understand ourselves » O. Pelleau
Ana Loback interviewed by Coaching at Work Magazine for the “Troubleshooter” column.
We asked Guila Clara to share her vision of coaching with us.
A community of coaches to develop a community of leaders
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