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The 4 Parts of an Incredible Coaching Conversation: Introduction (ODSC #1)

This is the first post in the series about the four key parts of an incredible coaching conversation.

Many coaches around the world focus heavily on topics like your coaching mindset and your being, but there doesn’t seem to be enough about what it takes to make powerful conversations. There are key points to maintain that will help you create stronger conversations and drive better enrollment opportunities.

In this introduction, Toku shares a bit about the four parts of the ODSC Framework: Open, Drop, Shift, and Close. In subsequent videos he’ll dive deeper into each of the parts and what makes them truly effective.

 

The other posts in this series:

The Open – Context, The Open – Agreements, The Open – Building Rapport, The Open – Bad Coach Distortion, The Open – Creating Awe

The Drop – What’s it All About?, The Drop – Zoomin’ In and Out, The Drop – Don’t Believe Your Clients, The Drop – The Right Place

The Shift – Creating the Shift, The Shift – The Reveal, The Shift – The Transform, The Shift – The Commit, The Shift – Ownership – Acceptance, The Shift – Where Does It Come From?, The Shift – Where Does It End?, The Shift – Knowing Where You’re Going, The Shift – HighlightingThe Shift – Letting Things Land, The Shift – Using Embodiment, The Shift – Facilitation vs. Depth, The Shift – Klaus & Inner Buddha, The Shift – Shifts with Context, The Shift – What’s Valuable?, The Shift – More than a Shift

The Close – What Is the Close?, The Close – Next Steps and Commitments, The Close – Reflection, The Close – Acknowledgement, The Close – The Simmer

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    • SCD Team
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      Hi Sarah,

      There are a bunch of coaching resources available for free on the website. In addition, we encourage you to join the Samurai Coaching Dojo Facebook group, to learn from and share with other amazing coaches.

      -Team Dojo

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