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“I feel you!”—The Role of Emotions in Coaching

“I feel you!”—The Role of Emotions in Coaching

Robert Biswas-Diener August 22, 2016 0

would not advocate a view that these natural feelings are traumas. Instead, I would look for the most effective ways to validate them, understand them and manage them

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The Book Shelf: Matt Driver, Coaching Positively

The Book Shelf: Matt Driver, Coaching Positively

Edmundo Currie June 23, 2016 0

The author aims this book at novice coaches, but also for the more experienced coaches who want to be up to date with the latest developments within this field

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Eclectic Coaching and the Dangers of a One-Model Approach

Eclectic Coaching and the Dangers of a One-Model Approach

Stanley Arumugam March 10, 2014 0

One of the most liberating moments for me as a coach was getting to the place of choosing a style and approach to coaching that aligns with who I am

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Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

William Bergquist June 8, 2012 0

Though it is plagued with many problems, multi-source 360° Feedback processes for appraising the performance of employees are currently receiving extensive attention in corporate life

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Power of Acknowledgement in Coaching

Power of Acknowledgement in Coaching

Jaya Bhateja June 4, 2012 1

Many a times, I have observed that the coaches stay so much in boundaries of their own that they are excellent at all the competencies of being a coach; however, they miss the emotional

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Irony and the Coaching of Contemporary Leaders: Engaging the Wisdom of Carl Jung and Richard Rorty

Irony and the Coaching of Contemporary Leaders: Engaging the Wisdom of Carl Jung and Richard Rorty

William Bergquist April 26, 2012 0

Along with Richard Rorty, I propose that the condition of irony within Carl Jung’s concepts of the human psyche is one in which we must recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives, multiple truths and multiple

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The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

Lynelle Tyler April 26, 2012 0

In this essay I explore the potential healing power of mythology and its use as a professional coaching tool. The twelve stages of the “Hero’s Journey”, as set forth by Joseph Campbell, will provide

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Positivity (Happiness) in the Workplace and Organizational Change

Positivity (Happiness) in the Workplace and Organizational Change

Kevin Weitz January 17, 2012 0

My experience with positive work environments suggests that these were always was due to a specific manager or leader, who despite the milieu, created energy, positivity and happiness in his or her scope of

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How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

Maynard Brusman January 10, 2012 1

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast,

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Discover Your Talents and Strengths: Strategies for Self-Leadership

Discover Your Talents and Strengths: Strategies for Self-Leadership

Maynard Brusman January 5, 2012 0

We have become experts in our own weaknesses and spend our lives trying to repair our flaws, while our strengths lie dormant and neglected. The research, however, is clear: we grow and develop by

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