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The Experiential Coaching Cycle introduced in this book illustrates how clients' experiences create dilemmas for them that lead them initially to seek coaching. These coaching problems then need to be articulated, reflected on and thought about critically before the learning, the new perspectives and the potential solutions can become integrated or transferred into later experience. This, I would argue, is the sequence that underpins all forms of coaching.

The cycle of how experience regenerates is analogous to how the ocean becomes rain and then the rain falls to become part of the ocean again. In Figure 11.1 the Experiential Coaching model is depicted again with arrows to ...

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