Letter from the Editor – Winter 2013
by Chad Hall, MCC
Almost every time I teach a coaching class, one of the students asks me about the difference between various forms of coaching. I typically respond with distinctions between life coaching, performance coaching, and executive coaching.
The truth is that all coaching is life coaching; coaching brings forth life for a client, a company, a church, a team, a community, a family, or anyone touched by the coaching relationship.
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