Facilitative coaching is done around ideas and goals, and is focused on achieving a certain result (the “doing” work).
Deep coaching is done around feelings and values and beliefs, and concentrates on states of being (the “being” work).
The most transformative coaching requires both: focus on goals and ideas and doing, and focus on being.
“But how do I integrate these two models of coaching when they seem so different, with such different outcomes?” you may be asking. “How do I mix them so that my clients aren’t getting lost, and I’m creating the most powerful and effective shifts for my clients?”
Toku talks about the tension between these approaches, and how to best combine them:
See also the previous posts in this series:
The Open – Context, The Open – Agreements, The Open – Building Rapport, The Open – Bad Coach Distortion, The Open – Creating Awe
The Drop – What’s it All About?, The Drop – Zoomin’ In and Out, The Drop – Don’t Believe Your Clients, The Drop – The Right Place
The Shift – Creating the Shift, The Shift – The Reveal, The Shift – The Transform, The Shift – The Commit, The Shift – Ownership – Acceptance, The Shift – Where Does It Come From?, The Shift – Where Does It End?, The Shift – Knowing Where You’re Going, The Shift – Highlighting, The Shift – Letting Things Land, and The Shift – Using Embodiment.