Have you ever stopped and considered how culture impacts your coaching sessions? If culture is an implicit fact in our coaching sessions, how important is it for us to develop cultural competency? and why are coaching schools not paying (more) attention to how bring culture into the coaching conversation?

For example how important is it for a coach to know that “job-hopping” might affect the trust perspective of companies? In France and Japan people who stay long in one company are seen as trustworthy.

In my Mentor programmes I pay a lot of attention to the cultural competency and how it relates to the coach core competencies.
Just opened registration to my mentor programme, starting in September 2017
http://ande.nl/ande-mentor-coaching-sessions/

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