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A Guide to Third Generation Coaching, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2014 Narrative-Collaborative Theory and Practice

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Couverture de l’ouvrage A Guide to Third Generation Coaching
This book proposes third generation coaching in a form where the coach and the coaches are less concerned with solutions and more concerned with creating space for (self-)reflection through collaborative practices. Offering a revisited and innovative approach to coaching psychology, advantageous for learners and practitioners alike. It marks a new trend in coaching and has a special profile, based on the acknowledgement of changes in society, learning and knowledge production, as well as leadership. The author’ s concept of ​​coaching distinguishes itself from  the existing models (pop coaching , GROW model, etc) by offering a fresh analysis of our society – a society that is characterised by diversification, identity challenges, abolition of the monopoly of knowledge, lifelong learning, the necessity for self-reflection, etc. These societal changes are the basis for the existence of coaching and its prevalence, but they must also be the foundation for the way we employ coaching.
About the author.- Preface.- Acknowledgements.- CHAPTER 1: Introduction.- 1.1. The breakdown of the knowledge monopoly.- 1.2. The need for a new coaching concept.- 1.3. What is coaching?.- 1.4. The goal and structure of the book.- CHAPTER 2: The origins and development of coaching.- 2.1. Societal legitimacy: coaching as an answer to late- and post-modern challenges.- 2.2. Coaching, identity and self-constructions: The self is at stake in the coaching dialogue.- 2.3. Coaching and learning – between personal experience and collaboration.- 2.4. Coaching in the perspective of organization and management theory.- 2.5. Closing remarks.- CHAPTER 3: Intervention theories in coaching and coaching psychology.- 3.1. Coaching as a special dialogue form.- 3.2. Basic intentions in the coaching conversation.- 3.3. The coach’s basic stance.- 3.4. Basic theories and their role in coaching.- 3.5. Additional theories.- 3.6. Closing remarks.- CHAPTER 4: Narrative collaborative coaching – theory and practice.- 4.1. Why coaching as a narrative collaborative practice?.- 4.2. Epistemological basis – bridging the gap between phenomenology and social constructionism.- 4.3. Narrative collaborative practice in coaching.- 4.4. Closing remarks.- CHAPTER 5: Case studies and effect studies of coaching as a narrative collaborative practice.- 5.1. Case studies of my own practice.- 5.2. Perceived effect – a narrative analysis.- 5.3. Statistical effect – social recovery and well-being as the main outcomes.- 5.4. Conclusion in relation to the research project.- 5.5. Closing remarks.- CHAPTER 6: Professional practice between research, knowledge and reflection.- 6.1 Evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence.- 6.2 The knowledge base of coaching practice.-6.3 Developing knowledge, practice and profession.- 6.4 Knowledge between fact and intuition.- CHAPTER 7: Reflective practice among coaching experts.- 7.1. Peter.- 7.2. Steven.- 7.3. Kathrine.- 7.4. Martha.- 7.5. Reflections on practitioner ref

Reinhard Stelter holds a PhD in psychology and is Professor of Sport and Coaching Psychology and head of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, University of Copenhagen. Furthermore he is visiting professor at Copenhagen Business School (Master of Public Governance).

He is Honorary Vice President and accredited member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology, member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Institute of Coaching at Harvard and editorial board member of the International Coaching Psychology Review, of Coaching: Theory, Research and Practice, of the International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching and co-editor of Coachingpsykologi - The Danish Journal of Coaching Psychology as well as editor and author of many books and journal articles. His theoretical ground in coaching is inspired by phenomenology, systemic thinking, social constructionism and narrative and collaborative practice. In 2009-11 he has been leader of a research project – a randomized control trial – with a focus on narrative-collaborative group coaching, where he could document and positive effect of coaching on personal well-being and social recovery. During the last couple of years he has been invited speaker on coaching and coaching psychology conferences in many parts of the world.

Introduces a new conceptual framework for coaching practice

Unique approach connects coaching to societal changes in society, work and life

Strong focus on the importance of values and meaning in the coaching process

Provides excellent material for ambitious practitioners and high level coaching education programs by supporting the reader as a reflective practitioner

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Date de parution :

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