Silent Co-Running: the power of unspoken encouragement

What’s interesting is the – so far, not explicitly explored – contrast with ‘silent coaching’, which draws on our willingness and desire to improve and our natural tendency to compare ourselves with others. And beyond that, establishing evidence as to when active encouragement works best, and when there is a more powerful effect to be achieved by quietly setting a good example.

What’s interesting is the – so far, not explicitly explored – contrast with ‘silent coaching’, which draws on our willingness and desire to improve and our natural tendency to compare ourselves with others. And beyond that, establishing evidence as to when active encouragement works best, and when there is a more powerful effect to be achieved by quietly setting a good example.