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Coaching Psychology. A Practitioner's Guide

  • ID: 2505239
  • Book
  • 248 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Coaching Psychology: A Practitioner′s Guide takes an in–depth look at the applications and everyday challenges faced by real–world practitioners of coaching and mentoring psychology. Developed as a companion to The Psychology of Coaching, Mentoring and Learning, the practitioner s guide delves more deeply into the applications of coaching and mentoring. This is the first book to harness the Universal Integrated Framework (UIF) for coaching and mentoring in a guide for practice, and is ideal for coaches, mentors, psychologists, and other professionals interested in this rapidly growing field.

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About the Author vii

Foreword ix

Preface xiii

Acknowledgements xv

1 Introduction 1

2 Current State of Coaching and Coaching Psychology: Where are you now? 5

3 The Foundation of Coaching Psychology: Being positive and learning how to learn 21

4 Definitions: Coaching psychology, coaching, mentoring and learning 43

5 Becoming a Learning Organization through Coaching and Mentoring: How do you introduce a coaching/mentoring programme into an organization? 51

6 GROW Model and Universal Integrative Framework: Build your own model and apply it 77

7 Techniques and Tools: What is in your tool box? 99

8 Practical Exercises: Time to practise 137

9 Collecting Your Own Successful Stories: Building a database of good practice 161

10 Evaluation and Evidence–based Coaching: Why is it important? And how to 177

11 Reflection and Resources: Where can I get further training, support and information? 191

Appendix: Writing Your Own Reflective Log 199

References 203

Index 223

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