Part I – Context
1 - First things first
2 - Becoming a coach
Part II – Key skills
3 - Listening to encourage thinking
4 - Asking powerful questions
5 - Paraphrasing and summarising
6 - Noticing
Part III – The coaching process
7 - Conversational frameworks
8 - Changing ways of thinking
9 - Positive bias
Part IV – Practical tools and techniques
10 - Body language and emotional intelligence
11 - Inspiring creativity: let’s talk
12 - Inspiring creativity: let’s draw
13 - Inspiring creativity: let’s play
Part V – Coaching way of being
14 - Being human
15 - Inspiring others
Part VI – Conclusion
16 - Reflecting on practice
Christian is a well-respected executive coach,
internationally-recognised academic and sought-after
Christian van Nieuwerburgh is Professor of Positive Psychology and Coaching at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Global Director of Growth Coaching International. Previously he was a Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer within the Coaching Psychology programmes at the University of East London, one of the world’s leading centres for the postgraduate study of coaching. He lectured on a number of MSc programmes in the School of Psychology, and continues to undertake ground-breaking research and international collaborations in coaching and supervises academic dissertations.
Seen as an international authority in the field of coaching, he has been invited to speak at conferences in the US, the UK, Europe, Australia and the Middle East. He regularly presents on the topics of coaching, motivation, mental toughness and leadership. Christian has written a number of peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters about coaching.
Christian is particularly passionate about the power of coaching in educational settings. He is the editor of Coaching in Education: Getting Better Results for Students, Educators and Parents (2012), which is now one of the key textbooks in the field. Through his consultancy, the International Centre for Coaching in Education (ICCE), Christian delivers training, consultancy, coaching and professional development programmes to schools, colleges and universities in the UK and abroad. He is motivated by the idea of creating coaching cultures for learning which allow students to purposefully and confidently pursue their aspirations.
Christian defines himself as an engaged academic practitioner, committed to the useful interplay of theory, research and practice. Students, delegates, clients and peers describe him as an inspirational educator and empowering coach.
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