The SAGE handbook of coaching / edited by Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence and David Drake.
Contributor(s): Spence, Gordon, editor. | Drake, David, editor. | Bachkirova, Tatiana, editor.Call number: BF637.P36 S24 2017 Material type: TextSeries: SAGE reference: Publisher: Los Angles : SAGE reference, Copyright date: ©2017Description: xxiv, 769 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1473916534 hardback ; 9781473916531 hardbackOther title: Handbook of coaching.Subject(s): Employees -- Coaching of | Personal coachingDDC classification: 158.3
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Part 1. Positioning coaching as a discipline. Developing a knowledge base of coaching: questions to explore -- The key discourse of coaching -- Coaching as evidence-based practice: the view through a multiple-perspective model of coaching research -- Coaching and psychotherapy -- Coaching and theories of learning -- Coaching and adult development -- Coaching for leadership development -- Coaching for organisation development -- Coaching for social change -- Part 2. Coaching as a process. The coaching relationship -- Working with goals in coaching -- Working with diversity in coaching -- Physicality in coaching: developing an embodied perspective -- Working with emotions in coaching -- Working with narratives in coaching -- The use of feedback for development in coaching: finding the coach's stance. Part 3. Common issues in coaching. Working with values in coaching -- Coaching for resilience and well-being -- Working with strengths in coaching -- Mindfulness and coaching: contemporary labels for timeless practices? -- Coaching for post-traumatic growth: an appropriate response to the devastations of life? -- Coaching for role transitions/career change -- Part 4. Coaching in context. Interculturally-sensitive coaching -- Cross-cultural coaching: an emerging practice -- Coaching in the HRD context -- Group and team coaching -- Coaching in education -- Coaching in healthcare -- Coaching in relationships: working with singles, couples and parents -- Part 5. Researching coaching. Researching outcomes of coaching -- Researching the coaching process -- Neuroscience in coaching research and practice -- The use of psychological assessments in coaching and coaching research -- Part 6. Development of coaches. Trends in development of coaches (education and training): is it valid, is it rigorous and is it relevant? -- Towards a systemic model of coaching supervision -- Issues of assessment and accreditation of coaches -- Developing ethical capabilities of coaches -- Adapting to working with new technologies -- Discipline, profession and industry: how our choices shape our future.
This book provides the perfect reference point for graduate students, scholars, educators and researchers wishing to familiarize themselves with current research and debate in the academic and influential practitioners' literature on coaching.