These video interviews with Edward Deci, PhD, were from the 2009 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference sponsored by Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and the Institute of Coaching.
Self-Determination Theory (SDT) is a theory of motivation. It is concerned with supporting our natural or intrinsic tendencies to behave in effective and healthy ways. SDT has been researched and practiced by a network of researchers around the world....
Here is a selection of resources relevant on self-determination theory.
This article presents a summary of books related to Self-Determination Theory.
Powerpoint slide deck presented by Gordon Spence, PhD, at the 4th Australian Evidenced-Based Coaching Conference.
Abrasive leaders rub their coworkers the wrong way. Their words and actions create interpersonal friction friction that grates on subordinates, peers, and even superiors, eroding employee motivation and organizational productivity....
The IOC is pleased to present work published by our Fellows. This article was published in the McKinsey Quarterly January 2011
Always-on, multitasking work environments are killing productivity, dampening creativity, and making us unhappy.
In this article we explore the concept of mindfulness as a tool for helping both coaches and coachees. We argue that the coaching practice of the coach can be enhanced through using mindfulness as a preparation tool. We highlight research evidence on the impact of mindfulness in managing stress and contributing towards improved performance....
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