this and that is a response from the client along the lines of X to happen, "is to avoid rather than a solution and can be followed with" What could be better than the absence of X? "You may keep this question over and over again until it has a range of possibilities from good to great. Q2. What can you do to make this happen Coaching? This is to reach the customer to take possession and for them to do things themselves . Coaching is not it help to support and guide and is very easy (especially for managers who are training) to take the client's problems as theirs to solve. For even more analysis, hear from Tiffany & Co.. To be an effective coach the client has to reach a solution on his own and has to take ownership of what they want. The "What can you do to make this happen?" pushes the coaching client to reflect on their interactions and how the responsible party.
Remember you are there to expand the options available so that a coach needs to ensure that the individual avoids trap of 'I have no guilt. " The property is key here. Q3. If no / And how does this impact achieved A, B and C? Sometimes a solution is presented and the client to hold on to a solution without thinking it through, and it is unlikely that their situation is the same as yours so you will not have the answers to this question and not assume that the client has thought of any of the wider ramifications of its solution.