The Resource Mastery in coaching : a complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching, edited by Jonathan Passmore

Mastery in coaching : a complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching, edited by Jonathan Passmore

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Mastery in coaching : a complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching
Title
Mastery in coaching
Title remainder
a complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jonathan Passmore
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The reasons that coaching works so well and can produce such dramatic results are grounded in psychology, so it follows that some of the most powerful coaching methods available draw on psychological thinking. This up-to-the-minute guide presents the latest thinking on the most effective techniques coaches can use with their clients. Every chapter is written by a leading expert, and takes a rigorous, evidence-based approach to provide a practical understanding of each method, as well as the underpinning psychological coaching concepts. Ranging from cognitive-behavioral coaching, Gestalt and positive psychology to neuroscience and mindfulness, this book provides coaches the tools they need to get the best from their clients."--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
658.4/07124
Index
index present
LC call number
HF5549.5.C53
LC item number
M37 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Mastery in coaching : a complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching, edited by Jonathan Passmore
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Copyright
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Carrier MARC source
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: About the contributors -- Foreword by Carol Kauffman 01 Mastery in coaching -- Jonathan Passmore -- Introduction -- What is mastery in coaching? -- Evidence-based practice -- Conclusion -- References02 Positive psychology coaching -- Lindsay G Oades and Jonathan Passmore -- Introduction -- Theory and evidence underpinning positive psychology coaching -- The aims and processes of positive psychology coaching -- Practice: tools and techniques -- When might positive psychology coaching be most suitable? -- Conclusion -- Developing yourself as an positive psychology coach -- References03 Psychodynamic coaching -- Ulla Beck -- Introduction -- The theoretical foundations -- Psychodynamic personality and developmental psychology -- Psychodynamic group psychology -- Psychodynamic organizational psychology: the system theory -- Practice in psychodynamic coaching -- Practice: tools and techniques -- The future: the expectation of what is to come and what is desired -- Primary task and role for the coach and client or client group -- Conclusions, evaluation and leave-taking -- When does psychodynamic coaching work best? -- Conclusion -- Developing yourself as a psychodynamic coach -- References04 Narrative coaching -- David Drake and Reinhard Stelter -- Introduction -- Evidenced-based approach to narrative coaching -- Practices: tools and techniques -- Suitability -- Conclusion -- Developing yourself as a narrative coach -- References -- Notes05 Gestalt approaches -- Alison Whybrow and Julie Allan -- Introduction -- The development of gestalt coaching -- The evidence base of gestalt coaching -- Practice: tools and techniques -- Three practices -- Selfing -- When might a gestalt approach be most suitable? -- Conclusions -- Developing yourself as a gestalt coach -- References06 Neurobehavioural modelling: applying neuroscience research to the development of coaching practice -- Paul Brown and Denyse Busby-Earle -- Introduction -- Evidence based approach to neuro-behavioural modelling -- Coaching and the practice of NBM -- When might this approach be most suitable? -- Conclusion -- References -- Notes07 Cognitive behavioural coaching -- Helen Whitten -- Introduction -- Evidenced-based approach to CBC -- Practice: CBC tools and techniques -- Initiating the coaching programme -- Preparing the ground for coaching -- Developing client awareness of cognitive habits -- Challenging and reframing unhelpful thoughts and behaviours -- Socratic questioning -- Developing new approaches to problem situations -- Reviewing and integrating change -- When might CBC approach be most suitable? -- Conclusions -- Developing yourself as a cognitive behavioural coach -- References08 Mindful coaching -- Liz Hall -- Introduction -- Evidenced-based approach to mindful coaching -- A multifaceted phenomena -- The research -- Coaching-related research -- Goal-free coaching? -- Practice: tools and techniques in mindful coaching -- Mindful sessions -- Core mindful practices -- Suggested applications of specific mindfulness practices -- Introducing and adapting mindfulness to clients -- Cultural context -- When might the MC approach be most suitable? -- Conclusion -- Developing yourself as a mindful coach -- References09 Compassionate mind coaching -- Tim Anstiss and Paul Gilbert -- Introduction -- Evidenced-based approach to compassionate mind coaching -- Theoretical and practice -- Tools and techniques -- When might compassionate mind coaching be most suitable? -- Conclusion -- Developing yourself as a compassionate mind coach -- References10 Acceptance and commitment coaching -- Tim Anstiss and Rich Blonna -- Introduction -- Evidenced-based approach to AC coaching -- Acceptance and mindfulness -- Pragmaticism -- Relational Frame Theory -- Evidence -- Practice: tools and techniques -- The Ramp Model of AC coaching -- When might AC coaching be most suitable? -- Conclusions -- Developing yourself as an Acceptance and Commitment Coach -- References11 Motivational interviewing -- Jonathan Passmore -- Introduction -- The evidence base for motivational interviewing -- The theory behind MI -- Does MI work? -- The active ingredients within MI -- Practice: tools and techniques -- The spirit of the approach -- The principles -- The core skills (or micro-skills) -- Tools and techniques -- When might MI be the most suitable? -- Conclusions -- Developing yourself as an MI coach -- References -- Index
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1 online resource (xiii, 324 pages)
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Isbn
9780749471804
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  • (OCoLC)889675610
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