Help us Create a POWERFUL Coaching Questions List: We'll share them all with you next week! October 9, 2015 Reading Time: Less than 1 min ShareTweet2Share5Pin7 SharesWe're creating a list of YOUR Favourite Coaching Questions! How on earth can we pick just ONE!? Try this: If you were going to share a FAVOURITE Powerful Coaching Question, one you think would be helpful or inspiring for your fellow coaches, what would it be? It might be a great question you use regularly, a catch-all question, a question that always seems to inspire your clients - or perhaps a question YOU just love to ask! It could also be a question you fall back on when stuck, or a potent question to shift the way a client looks at something. Just choose ONE coaching question you love and share it below. 1) type in your question and 2) briefly when you use it - and you're done! Optionally, you can also include your name and a link to your coaching website (we love to give credit - and share that Google juice!) Thank you for your interest - this form is now closed.Click here to see the coaching questions submitted by our readers. Love coaching questions? you may also like: Coaching Questions 101: 10 Powerful Questions to Unblock Your Clients! Coaching Questions for Highly Effective Teams | By Jennifer Britton The Must-Ask Question For ALL Goals! (Plus 4 Questions To Explore Your Client's Goal Motivation) Categories: Coaching, Coaching Questions, Coaching Tips, Questioning 2 Comments Michael Laffey October 19, 2015 Q: What do you know, NOW? I use this after a period of exploration within a client session. It can provide a range of outcomes ranging across: Insight, self-compassion, appreciation of effort the client has put in over a period of time, an understanding as to why things have or have not happened, a sense of prioritisation, what's important, what the client would like to do going forward. Thank you for allowing me to share. Michael Reply Emma-Louise October 19, 2015 Dear Michael, thanks for sharing and great question. The "know" is powerful, and the "now" implies they have learned something new - and what is it?! Warmly, Emma-Louise Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.