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Co-coaching is the structured practice of mutual exchange of coaching support among peers. This can take the form of a range of practices. One form involves each individual taking turns to be coach in half hour sessions.
- Nemko, Marty. "Co-Coaching: 'I'll Coach You if You'll Coach Me'"
- Suchy, Serene (2003) "Personal Change and Leadership Development: A Process of Learning How to Learn". Paper presented to ICTOP Annual Meeting, University of Victoria, Canada.
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