A collection of papers by well-known contemporary writers that describe their own models of coaching and their thoughts on the theoretical roots that underpin their thinking and coaching practice.
What is the difference and what makes the difference? A comparative study of psychodynamic and non-psychodynamic approaches to executive coaching / Vega Zagier Roberts and Michael Jarrett -- A contextualized approach to coaching / Clare Huffington -- Coaching women for senior executive roles: a societal perspective on power and exclusion / Angela Eden -- Executive coaching, unconscious thinking, and infinity / W. Gordon Lawrence -- Layers of meaning: a coaching journey / Jane Pooley -- The six domains of executive coaching / Halina Brunning -- Inside-out and outside-in: the use of personality and 360 degree data in executive coaching / Richard Kwiatkowski -- "Getting off on the right foot": coaching young adults / Laurence J. Gould -- Role consultancy: an application in the field of sports psychology / Lionel F. Stapley -- Coaching as a transitional process: a case of a lawyer in transition / Marlene Spero -- Three-dimensional coaching in action / Miranda Alcock.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 6th April 2006