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Coaching and emotions: an exploration of how coaches engage and think about emotion

This research project set out to investigate if and how coaches actually respond to emotions that they and their clients have. They were also asked for their views about what have been the main influences on their orientation to emotions....

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Editorial Volume 3 Issue 1- Carol Kauffman

Editorial by Carol Kauffman PhD

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Book Review: Diversity in coaching: working with gender culture race and age

The importance of acknowledging diversity is increasingly recognised in our globalised world and most particularly in the business and corporate environments. However the coach practitioner needs to become aware of and manage their own responses to questions of diversity before they can even begin to coach a client on similar issues....

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Measuring Change

This article was presented by David Peterson PhD Presented at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology San Francisco, California April 30, 1993

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Mentoring a Behavioural Coach in Thinking Developmentally: A Dialogue.

In this paper presented largely in the form of a dialogue I outline the mental processes required for engaging with the Constructive Developmental Framework (CPF) (Laske 1999). From among the varieties of process consultation potentially benefiting from using CDF I focus on coaching....

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Meta-coaching: a methodology grounded in psychological theory.

In this conceptual article we suggest that understanding clients? self-reflexive processes enables coaches to become even more effective in helping clients make changes in how they think feel and act.  Our aim is also to throw light on the relationship between metacognition change and coaching....

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Coaching Skills for Responding to Affect.

Affective-cognitive integration is a crucial skill for human development and therefore must also be a key enabler in coaching.  This paper proposes coaching techniques that facilitate affective-cognitive integration in the light of theory related to emotions triggering....

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Toward a profession of coaching: Sixty-five years of progress and challenges for the future.

The coaching industry has reached a key important point in its maturation.  This maturation is being driven by at least three interrelated forces: (1) accumulated coaching experience; (2) the increasing entry of professionals into coaching from a wide variety of prior backgrounds; and (3) the increasing sophistication of management and Huma...

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Coaching in the US: trends and challenges.

Coaching as an industry is thriving in the USA. Coaches who work with individuals and teams are increasingly recognized in both public and private organizations. Individuals hire a coach for both professional and personal work. Educational offerings have increased in recent years and now include a growing number of university programs....

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The last word: how to move from good to great coaching by drawing on the full range of what you know.

Editorial from the Coaching: An International Journal of Theory Research and Practice 3(2) 87-98. 2010

 

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