Coaching: a “Moral Technique”
We see coaching as a skill. We freely step in and out of its established boundaries, using coaching to “color in” similar disciplines that belong to the same field: facilitation, counseling, management consulting, and mentoring.
That freedom, however, is not arbitrary; it follows a “moral technique
”. In other words, we always ask ourselves, “What is really needed at this moment?” We have refined our senses and our ability to listen whenever our learning partners
require us to initiate a true evolutionary process, whether that is for individuals or the entire organization.