A collection of the best papers over the last 15 years from the journal The Coaching Psychologist.
In Coaching Practiced: Coaching Psychology Tools, Techniques, and Evidence-Based Approaches for Coaches, a team of distinguished researchers delivers an insightful and complete handbook for practicing coaches. From wellbeing to the workplace, coaches of all stripes will find a fulsome discussion of effective methods, strategies, and frameworks for coaching clients.
In the book, the editors include contributions from leading experts that discuss a wide variety of essential topics in the field, including cognitive approaches, motivational interviewing, solution-focused coaching, mindfulness approaches, narrative coaching, and the influence of positive psychology in the field of coaching.
In this accessible and comprehensive resource, readers will also find:
- A thorough introduction to the psychology of coaching, including available frameworks
- In-depth examinations of reflective practice and professional development, including reflective journaling
- Comprehensive discussions of wellbeing coaching, including health and life coaching
- Fulsome explorations of workplace coaching, including the Lead, Learn, and Grow Model
Perfect for organizational and athletic leaders, Coaching Practiced: Coaching Psychology Tools, Techniques, and Evidence-Based Approaches for Coaches will also earn a place in the libraries of professional coaches, managers, executives, and others.
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