Coaching Skills for Responding to Affect.

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Coaching Skills for Responding to Affect.
Coaching and Mentoring Journal

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. It also explores how emotional sharing through language enables an interaction between affect and cognition that assists the integration of both and therefore can be utilized for coaches for enabling self-awareness and development.



International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Vol. 5 No. 1 February 2007

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