This third Aspect of the Contractor Voice involves following up with the client in subsequent conversations to discuss what has happened. Sometimes the client has completed an action successfully and there’s not much to be done other than to celebrate and anchor what has been learned. At other times, there may have been breakdowns, in which the client didn’t complete an action for external reasons or from lack of competence, commitment, or structure. If the latter is the case, the plan might need to be revisited and modified to make it more achievable in light of these circumstances, or it may need to be replaced with something different.
The bottom line? Learning happens whether the client ...

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