Introduction - Tatiana Bachkirova, Elaine Cox and David Clutterbuck Section One - Theoretical Perspectives 1. The Psychodynamic approach to coaching - Graham Lee 2. Cognitive-behavioural coaching - Helen Williams, Stephen Palmer and Nick Edgerton 3. The Solution-focused approach to coaching - Anthony M. Grant and Michael J. Cavanagh 4. The Person-centred approach to coaching - Stephen Joseph 5. The Gestalt approach to coaching - Peter Bluckert 6. Existential coaching - Ernesto Spinelli 7. Ontological coaching - Alan Sieler 8. Narrative coaching - David Drake 9. Psychological Development in adulthood & coaching - Tatiana Bachkirova 10. The transpersonal approach to coaching - John Rowan 11. The positive psychology approach to coaching - Ilona Boniwell and Carol Kauffman 12. Transactional Analysis and coaching - Rosemary Napper and Trudi Newton 13. The NLP approach to coaching - Bruce Grimley Section Two - Contexts and Genres 14. Skills and Performance Coaching - Bob Tschannen-Moran 15. Developmental Coaching - Peter Jackson and Elaine Cox 16. Transformational Coaching - Nick Smith and Peter Hawkins 17. Executive and Leadership Coaching - Jon Stokes and Richard Jolly 18. The Manager as Coach - Andrea D. Ellinger, Rona S. Beattie and Robert G. Hamlin 19. Team Coaching - David Clutterbuck 20. Internal Coaching - Katharine St John Brooks 21. Peer Coaching - Richard K Ladyshewsky 22. Life Coaching - Anthony M. Grant and Michael J. Cavanagh 23. Health and Wellness Coaching - Margaret Moore and Erica Jackson 24. Career Coaching - Bruce Hazen and Nicole A. Steckler 25. Cross Cultural Coaching: a Paradoxical Perspective - Geoffrey Abbott 26. Mentoring in a Coaching World - Bob Garvey Section Three - Professional Practice Issues 27. The Future of Coaching as a Profession - David Lane, Reinhard Stelter and Sunny Stout Rostron 28. Coaching Supervision - Peter Hawkins 29. Coaching and Mental Health - Michael J. Cavanagh and Andrew Buckley 30.Coach education, training and development - Judie Gannon and Adrian Myers 31. Evidence, measurement and evaluation in coaching - Almuth McDowall and Yi-ling Lai 32. Ethics in Coaching - Diane Brennan and Leni Wildflower 33. Researching Coaching - Annette Fillery-Travis and Elaine Cox Conclusion - Tatiana Bachkirova, Elaine Cox and David Clutterbuck
Elaine is a principal lecturer and the leader of programmes for the International Centre for Coaching and Leadership Development at Oxford Brookes University in the UK, where she also directs the Doctor of Coaching and Mentoring Programme and supervises doctoral students. She is an experienced researcher, author and editor and has recently co-edited the bestselling book, The Complete Handbook of Coaching, 2nd edition. Her other books with SAGE include Coaching Understood (2013) and she is also the founding editor of The International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching & Mentoring. Tatiana Bachkirova is Professor of Coaching Psychology and Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK. She is a member of the Scientific Advisory Council at the Institute of Coaching at Harvard and Convener and Chair of the International Conference on Coaching Supervision. As an active researcher she has published many articles, book chapters and books including Developmental Coaching: Working with the Self and the SAGE Handbook of Coaching (2017). David Clutterbuck is visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at both Sheffield Hallam and Oxford Brookes Universities. Co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and chair of the International Standards for Mentoring Programmes in Employment and a board member of the International Mentoring Association, he supervises coaches around the world. A regular amongst the list of HR Most Influentials, he is author or co-author of 55 books. He consults and lectures globally on coaching and mentoring.
This book, with its comprehensive approach, rich insights, and
diverse perspectives, is an ideal jumping off point for coaches who
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