During a coaching relationship of several months, the client is often confronted with new and sometimes unexpected topics that may or may not correspond to the initial contract. At the beginning of each coaching or coaching meeting, it is therefore useful for both the coach and the client to “re-update the initial contract with medium-term or short-term and operational `mini` contracts or agreements focused on emerging issues. Normally, these adaptations respect the main direction of the initial contract and direct the coaching work towards more concrete or practical dimensions, which were previously unpredictable. Indeed, the examination of contracts and agreements can reveal the “framework of success and failure” of the parties concerned, as well as avenues for their future development. .