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From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching by Jennifer J. Britton

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Chapter 2

The Fusion of Approaches, Benefits and Tricky Issues in Coaching Many

Fusion: a merging of diverse, distinct, or separate elements into a unified whole.

—Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Some of the most common questions I hear from coaches, leaders, and team and group members alike are: How does coaching differ from other fields such as training or facilitation? How does group coaching differ from a workshop? How does team coaching differ from team building? This chapter explores these foundational and fundamental questions.

What is apparent—in the context of organizations we work with today—is the need for varying approaches that practitioners can utilize with different groups. The disciplines of coaching, training and facilitation are ...

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