The relevance of shame and the effects of shame are impactful regardless of the type of coaching you do. On the surface, it may not seem applicable to some coaching but once you recognize it, the connection becomes clear. Shame can influence a wide arc of thought and behavior patterns, and everyone has a degree of shame. Because no one is immune, the goal is not to avoid shame but rather to become shame resilient.
Properly recognizing and coaching on shame is therefore highly valued. As coaches of excellence, we all want to help the whole person whenever possible. But how do you address shame in a healthy manner and in fitting in with your coaching? In this episode, marriage and family therapist Aimée Gianni and I discuss this topic, answer these questions, and give you several tips for recognizing shame.What You’ll Learn Is shame outside the realm of qualification for some coaches?
Aimée Gianni is a seasoned marriage and family therapist, with over 20 years’ experience. She’s a Master Coach Instructor, co-founded The Coaching Collective with Molly Claire, and together, they’ve also created Advanced Relationship Training for Certified Coaches.
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