PCC Quality Coaching is Your Next Step
Here are four cornerstone elements that support PCC level coaching.
- PCC coaches have a balance between focus and exploration. (ACC coaches typically go one way or the other)
- PCC coaches are easy to talk to. (not judgmental, conversational, no agenda)
- PCC coaches create new awareness. (not "what are your options", creativity, risks, stimulant to client thinking)
- PCC coaches are really good at designing actions (Acc coaches typically only identify actions)
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