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CoachX: David Drake on My Turn to Serve Tea: Mindfulness In Motion

David Drake describes how attachment theory, narrative coaching and mindfulness can be applied in coaching, using as a context his own client-coaching story.

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Webinar: Mindfulness in Motion: Creating Real Change in Real Time through Coaching (Resource)

What if change has more to do with deepening our presence in the moment than developing our plans over time? What if people could more easily transfer what they learn in coaching into their life and work? This webinar provides an introduction to attachment theory and applied mindfulness as resources you can use to coach....

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The Sage Handbook of Coaching (2017)

The new Sage Handbook of Coaching (2017) offers an excellent overview of current issues and practices, as well as mapping out where the discipline is going....

Narrative Coaching: Bringing Our New Stories to Life

For the first time ever, everything you need to know about how to work with people's stories in coaching is in one place! In this inspiring and groundbreaking book, you will:...

2016 Conference Interview with David Drake

2016 Conference Interview with David Drake, as interviewed by Joan Ryan, Senior Leadership Coach and IOC Founding Fellow

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2016 Conference Talk: Creating Moments of Meeting in Coaching

David Drake presents on "Creating Moments of Meeting in Coaching" at the Annual 2016 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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What do coaches need to know? Using the Mastery Window to assess and develop expertise

What do coaches need to know? This paper draws on the literature in expertise development, adult learning and evidence-based practice to offer a fresh perspective on the development of mastery in coaching. In doing so, it goes beyond traditional notions of competencies in suggesting that Mastery = Artistry+ Knowledge+Evidence (MAKE)....

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Finding our way home: coaching's search for identity in a new era

Coaching is at a crossroads as it moves into its second decade as an emergent profession. In some ways, its future will depend in part on its search for a past....

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