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In the coaching literature, although reflecting is recognised as important, there has generally been little in-depth examination of the theories of reflection that inform its application. As a consequence there is nothing in the coaching literature that makes the link between practices and techniques that encourage reflection and the theories that underpin the concept of reflection. For example, despite Skiffington and Zeus referring to reflection as ‘a new thinking approach’ (2003: 81) and describing a 10-step process where the coach invites the client to explore self limiting beliefs through reflection on specific behaviours, they give no more information ...

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