|Brennan, Diane / Gortz, Kim|
The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching
Insights and issues for a new era
2008. 378 Seiten, Hardcover
- Wiley & Sons Ltd -
ISBN 978-0-470-98721-6 - John Wiley & Sons
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The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching will help to advance the global conversation about the future of coaching. The book is organized into three key sections: Foundations for Coaching, Applications of Coaching, and Organizations and Coaching, and the focus is on enabling the reader to astutely link theory and practice.
Aus dem Inhalt
List of Contributors.
Foreword (Stephen Palmer).
Introduction (Diane Brennan, Kim Gørtz and David B.Drake).
PART I: FOUNDATIONS FOR COACHING.
Chapter 1 The Life Coach Operating System: Its Foundations inPsychology (Patrick Williams).
Chapter 2 Coach Self-Management: The Foundation of CoachingEffectiveness (Travis Kemp).
Chapter 3 Thrice Upon a Time: Narrative Structure and Psychologyas a Platform for Coaching (David B. Drake).
Chapter 4 Does it Matter What the Coach Thinks? - A NewFoundation for Professional Development (Peter Jackson).
Chapter 5 Connecting the Dots: Coaching Research - Past,Present and Future (Francine Campone) Reflections onFoundations for Coaching (David B. Drake).
PART II: APPLICATIONS OF COACHING.
Chapter 6 An Appreciative Inquiry Coaching Approach toDeveloping Mental Toughness (Sandy Gordon).
Chapter 7 Focus on Cultural Elements in Coaching: Experiencesfrom China and Other Countries (Charles Hamrick).
Chapter 8 Coaching and Workplace Stress (KristinaGyllensten).
Chapter 9 Coaching for Wisdom: Enabling Wise Decisions (PeterWebb).
Chapter 10 Coaching the Human Spirit (Peter J. Reding andMarcia Collins).
Chapter 11 Achieving Tangible Results: The Development of aCoaching Model (Sabine Dembkowski and Fiona Eldridge).
Reflections on Applications of Coaching (David B.Drake).
PART III: ORGANIZATIONS AND COACHING.
Chapter 12 Coaching the Team (David Clutterbuck).
Chapter 13 Leadership Coaching: The Impact on the Organization(Diane Brennan).
Chapter 14 Creating Corporate Coaching Cultures for Resiliencyand Performance (Vicki Escudé).
Chapter 15 Coaching and Leadership in the Six Cultures ofContemporary Organizations (William Bergquist and Vikki G.Brock).
Chapter 16 Coaching, Lean Processes, and the Concept of Flow(Kim Gørtz).
Chapter 17 Taking Coaching to the Next Level: Critical Insightsfrom ROI Evaluations (Merrill C. Anderson).
Reflections on Organizations and Coaching (David B.Drake).
Conclusion (David B. Drake).