Me ha llamado la atención el documento publicado desde www.coactive.com. El motivo es cómo una actividad experiencial incluye a personas con discapacidades que no les permiten atender los cursos de forma presencial.
El apartado 3 del informe apunta a la co-inclusión como un modelo válido y de máximo respeto mutuo:
”Evoke Mutual Inclusion
The third principle, evoke mutual inclusion, is the alchemy that is possible when we align with the first two principles in relationship to people who have a perceived disability or other unique challenge. We look beyond the needs of a specific individual or accommodation and explore how honoring these needs can enhance and elevate the learning and experience of all. To ensure that this alchemy is not momentary, this principle also suggests a practicalstep: the commitment to remain in discussion about our experience as the relationship grows.
In the Co-Active® model, the idea of a “designed alliance” provides the foundation formaking explicit a set of agreements, which can be adapted over time, about how bothparties will continue to address wholeness without diminishing the reality of the uniquechallenge the person with a disability faces.”
I agree with this article published in The coaching tools company by David Frank Gomes.The prejudices about the work of the coach and their results still exist, sometimes promoted by ignorance, other times from the interests of other groups competing in personal support services..
”One of the ways I think coaches can help themselves become more empowered is being familiar with some of the central myths around coaching. The truth is, although business and executive coaching is fairly ubiquitous, personal coaching is still in its infancy. And there are a tremendous amount of sticky sweet self help slogans out there that I believe do more harm than good…..