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Author Topic: Reason
Lorna Shaw
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on: April 5, 2012, 03:31

I'm only just getting on to module 2 - Reason; so far I'v been quite blown away; the description of the 'options' person in the supermarket was so 'me'. Although I'm not a Phd options person - yet!
Anyway, on to my question. We are often told in coaching that we should avoid asking a 'why' question. Yet identifying/recognising the options/procedures dimension is predicated on asking 'why'.
Would using a question like "what made you choose xxxxx" have the same result or would it fundamentally alter the way the client responds and therefore undermines the 'reason' dimension?
I appreciate there's also a potential problem with including the pressure word "made".
Would welcome thoughts please.
Thanks.

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