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Coaching is a structured facilitated learning intervention. The coach and the coachee establish the reason for which they are embarking on a coaching programme together. No coaching should be entered into without the reason being commonly understood. Some clients are referred to coaching by their sponsors, mostly their managers, or parents. However, the coaching programme is always about the coachee. It is the coachee that must formulate the coaching theme, goals, and objectives. The coach's role is to facilitate the formulation process and support the coaching agenda. The coaching agenda belongs to the coachee.

The much deeper reason for entering into coaching is referred to as the rational for coaching. This answers the question: what are those issues if we do not embark on coaching would become hindrances to individual and/or organizational development and growth? It is a bigger purpose for coaching intervention.

In business language we call this bigger coaching purpose, a bus…