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  • 1. Coaching: the PC3 perspectiveJanet Finlay, Margaret Christian, John Gray, Tam Mason, Dawn Wood PC3 Core Team
  • 2. What is coaching?“The coach works with clients to achieve speedy, increased and sustainable effectiveness in their lives and careers through focused learning. The coach’s sole aim is to work with the client to achieve all of the client’s potential – as defined by the client” (Rogers 2004 p7) 2
  • 3. How is it distinct from Mentoring? Directive Non directive support support Mentoring CoachingThe skills coaches use are employed through a different lens to that of mentoringCoaching is integral to the process of self- directed change3
  • 4. How will coaching be used? Personal vision: Where I wish to go Learning, development Coaching My real self: and In PC3 developmental achievement opportunities Personalised curriculum development4
  • 5. Why is it so important? Coaching empowers individuals to make the right choices:  It focuses on the individual’s needs  It impacts on their effectiveness  It facilitates the development of maturity as an adult learner  It facilitates the development of self direction  It facilitates the development of reflective practice  It aims to facilitate the realisation of personal learning plans and, in so doing, personalising the individual’s own curriculum 5