coachee

coachee

(ˌkəʊtʃˈiː)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who receives training from a coach, esp in business or office practice
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By way of assisting meditation, he had even gone the length of taking out his flint and steel and tinder, and hammering away for a quarter of an hour till he had manufactured a light for a long Trichinopoli cheroot, which he silently puffed, to the no small wonder of coachee, who was an old friend, and an institution on the Bath road, and who always expected a talk on the prospects and doings, agricultural and social, of the whole country, when he carried the Squire.
They are out again and up; coachee the last, gathering the reins into his hands and talking to Jem the hostler about the mare's shoulder, and then swinging himself up on to the box--the horses dashing off in a canter before he falls into his seat.
Damme, coachee,' says young my lord, 'you ain't afraid.
In this approach to coaching, the coachee learns to be aware of his or her preferences, states and intuitions.
Very much like the practice of coaching, the coach does not provide the answers to the issues that the coachee presents, rather they pose questions that inspire deep reflection and create the freedom to respond.
Despite a challenging economic climate, participation in coaching also increased slightly between 2010 and 2013, with 17 percent of respondents in the 2014 study indicating that they had participated in a coaching relationship as either a coach or coachee.
The day before our last coaching session in a series of six, it occurred to me that Kristy and I needed to tell our story of health coach and coachee.
Still, the coaches interviewed stressed that what they do differs from company trainers in that they cater specifically to the needs of the coachee rather than the company as a whole.
Apres avoir ete coachee par son pere Walter jusqu'a l'age de 28 ans, il a ete difficile pour Marion Bartoli de s'adapter a d'autres conditions d'entraEnements.
The book is the result of interviews, exploring theories, practicing the roles of coach and coachee, and shadowing other coaches, teachers, and administrators.
The frequency with which the coach and coachee speak usually ranges from weekly to monthly, with sessions often lasting at least one to two hours.