YY Sir asked us, what is your purposes to come here to study Debriefing Coaching Skills?
I said: to learn how to run interactive games and to explore the insights from each games, to improve my course and workshop efficiency and effectiveness.
But when the class goes into the details, I suddenly realised it is not just to lean something to help people but to help me myself to have a bigger self development!
在解夢過程中，我們會用大量的問題啟動潛意識的反思，覺察和改變的力量，今天的coaching course，我發現我更需要學的是如何更謙卑，ATTITUDE is Everything! 像大師SOCRATATE 學習。掏空自己，以個案為本！
Conceptual clarification questions
Get them to think more about what exactly they are asking or thinking about. Prove the concepts behind their argument. Use basic 'tell me more' questions that get them to go deeper.
Probing their assumptions makes them think about the presuppositions and unquestioned beliefs on which they are founding their argument. This is shaking the bedrock and should get them really going!
When they give a rationale for their arguments, dig into that reasoning rather than assuming it is a given. People often use un-thought-through or weakly-understood supports for their arguments.
Most arguments are given from a particular position. So attack the position. Show that there are other, equally valid, viewpoints.
The argument that they give may have logical implications that can be forecast. Do these make sense? Are they desirable?
And you can also get reflexive about the whole thing, turning the question in on itself. Use their attack against themselves. Bounce the ball back into their court, etc.