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The relationship in executive coaching [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780857246172Series: Journal of Management Development: Volume 29, Edition 10Publication details: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9780857246189
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The relationship in executive coachingDDC classification:
  • 658.4
LOC classification:
  • HD30.4
Online resources:
Contents:
cover; CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; Relational coaching: taking the coaching high road; Coaching at relational depth: a case study; Shame in the coaching relationship: reflections on organisational vulnerability; Relating in executive coaching: a behavioural systems approach; The use of literary techniques in coaching; Building successful leadership coaching relationships
Summary: The first two articles of this e-book and both steeped in coaching practice. Bill Critchley offers his personal rationale for the relational approach, bringing together ideas from developmental psychology, organisation theory and neurobiology amongst others. Then Andrew Day focuses particularly on a psychoanalytic view of repeating relational dynamics as they emerge and are co-created in the (transferential) coaching relationship. In an article that goes under the surface of collaborative relationships, Simon Cavicchia shines a light on a prevailing form of anxiety in work and coaching, stemmi
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cover; CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; Relational coaching: taking the coaching high road; Coaching at relational depth: a case study; Shame in the coaching relationship: reflections on organisational vulnerability; Relating in executive coaching: a behavioural systems approach; The use of literary techniques in coaching; Building successful leadership coaching relationships

The first two articles of this e-book and both steeped in coaching practice. Bill Critchley offers his personal rationale for the relational approach, bringing together ideas from developmental psychology, organisation theory and neurobiology amongst others. Then Andrew Day focuses particularly on a psychoanalytic view of repeating relational dynamics as they emerge and are co-created in the (transferential) coaching relationship. In an article that goes under the surface of collaborative relationships, Simon Cavicchia shines a light on a prevailing form of anxiety in work and coaching, stemmi