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Coaching In Professional Contexts

Author : Christian van Nieuwerburgh
ISBN : 9781473942691
Genre : Psychology
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Have your students mastered the underlining theory and skills of coaching practice but wanting to get a flavour of what coaching actually looks like in different real-life settings? Then you have come to the right place! Whether they are wanting to find out more about the use of coaching within the private or public sector, within health care or education, Christian van Nieuwerburgh and his team of expert authors will take them on a unique journey into all of these coaching contexts and beyond. Challenging the idea that a coach can work in any setting without a detailed understanding of the field, this book: - addresses the importance of understanding professional context when coaching, exploring current debates and considering the hows and whys of using coaching in a certain context - provides tools and knowledge to enable readers to adopt best practice techniques from a range of fields - delves into the personal and professional challenges that will inevitably arise. Whether a practising coach or a coach in training, this practical guide will provide your students with the ideal 'way-in' to all the different contexts in which they may wish to coach.

Mentoring And Coaching In Schools

Author : Suzanne Burley
ISBN : 9781136760136
Genre : Education
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Can mentoring and coaching really improve professional practice? How can research and inquiry improve mentoring and coaching practice? Mentoring and Coaching in Schools explores the ways in which mentoring and coaching can be used as a dynamic collaborative process for effective professional learning. It demonstrates how the use of practitioner inquiry within mentoring and coaching relationships in schools results in professional learning which is both transformative and empowering for teachers. The book sets out a new model for mentoring and coaching which is centred on a process of critical inquiry and shows teachers how they can use this model to carry out their own collaborative inquiries. Features include: reflective questions, guidelines, task and templates to help collect evidence and evaluate inquiries detailed case studies focusing on teachers at different stages in their career practical guidance on carrying out practitioner inquiry and research an analysis of learning outcomes resulting from different coaching and mentoring relationships. This timely text will be valuable reading for coaches and mentors in secondary schools, teachers undertaking continuing professional development and students on coaching and mentoring courses.

Working In Multi Professional Contexts

Author : John Emmeus Davis
ISBN : 9780857021724
Genre : Social Science
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Making links between different professional roles, policies and practices, Working in Multiprofessional Contexts equips you with the skills, knowledge and understandings that managers, practitioners and students need to work in integrated multiprofessional settings. Authors John M. Davis and Mary Smith draw on case studies to consider the dilemmas, challenges and complexities common within your workplaces.

Sports Coaching E Book

Author : John Lyle
ISBN : 9781455725229
Genre : Medical
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Sports Coaching: Professionalisation and Practice is a comprehensive evidence-based textbook of sports coaching theory and practice. The book is edited by leading academics in sports coaching studies and authored by a world-renowned team of experts in sports coaching research. It deals with all aspects of coaching behaviour and practice, including coaches’ decision making, coaching pedagogy, and the development of expertise. Each of the chapters provides an up-to-date position statement on coaching themes, and makes explicit reference to the professionalisation of coaching. Written in an accessible style, and identifying critical ideas and issues, the book will complement and challenge both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes, and will be an invaluable source of ideas for researchers and academics. Multicontributed chapters follow uniform structure to increase clarity and accessiblity of text 'Snapshots' of critical ideas and issues presented as models or diagrams to facilitate students' understanding Case examples and scenarios illustrate key concepts in each chapter Latest research and current literature summarised for each thematic topic.

A Practical Guide To Mentoring Coaching And Peer Networking

Author : Geoff Hampton
ISBN : 9781134369577
Genre : Education
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Written for staff in schools and colleges, this book offers the challenge and support necessary to understand, analyze and adopt coaching, mentoring and peer-networking mechanisms as an essential part of the development of professional learning within an organisation. Drawing on the new national strategy for professional development, it emphasises the importance of learning with and from other colleagues, helping your organisation to become a professional learning community and supporting the drive to raise standards and attainment. Organised into nine distinct but interrelated chapters, this is an invaluable sourcebook of practical information for in-service training. It contains a range of stimulating activities which engage the reader and encourages reflection on: * the nature and importance of professional development in schools and colleges * the potential benefits and difficulties associated with coaching, mentoring and peer-networking * factors essential to the successful establishment and management of coaching and mentoring programmes * team leadership and leadership coaching * the role of the coach, mentor and networker with respect to the creation of professional learning communities.

The Coaching Organization

Author : James M. Hunt
ISBN : 9781452278841
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Coaching Organization: A Strategy for Developing Leaders is the only book to provide practical advice on how a company can strategically manage coaching initiatives that strengthen organizations and enhance employee engagement and growth. Authors James M. Hunt and Joseph R. Weintraub offer best practices to help organizations deploy developmental coaching that drives leadership and employee effectiveness.

Values And Ethics In Coaching

Author : Ioanna Iordanou
ISBN : 9781473987296
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first complete guide to exploring values and ethics in coaching, this book will guide you through the responsibilities of coaching practice, and help you recognize and reconcile common ethical dilemmas and choices. Part I explores the theory and research underpinning ethical coaching practice, and invites you to examine own personal and professional values. Part II delves into the key ethical considerations in the coaching relationship, including contracting, confidentiality and understanding boundaries. It explores each issue in depth, and offers implications and suggestions for practice. Part III examines individual professional contexts, including coaching in business, sports and healthcare with real life examples and reflections from practising coaches. This book is vital reading for trainee and practitioner coaches, and those looking to introduce ethical coaching practice into a professional setting.

The Reflective Facilitative And Interpretive Practices Of The Coordinated Management Of Meaning

Author : Catherine Creede
ISBN : 9781611475135
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Intrinsic Motivation And Self Determination In Human Behavior

Author : Edward L. Deci
ISBN : 9781489922717
Genre : Psychology
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Early in this century, most empirically oriented psychologists believed that all motivation was based in the physiology of a set of non-nervous system tissue needs. The theories of that era reflected this belief and used it in an attempt to explain an increasing number of phenomena. It was not until the 1950s that it became irrefutably clear that much of human motivation is based not in these drives, but rather in a set of innate psychological needs. Their physiological basis is less understood; and as concepts, these needs lend themselves more easily to psycho logical than to physiological theorizing. The convergence of evidence from a variety of scholarly efforts suggests that there are three such needs: self-determination, competence, and interpersonal relatedness. This book is primarily about self-determination and competence (with particular emphasis on the former), and about the processes and structures that relate to these needs. The need for interpersonal relat edness, while no less important, remains to be explored, and the findings from those explorations will need to be integrated with the present theory to develop a broad, organismic theory of human motivation. Thus far, we have articulated self-determination theory, which is offered as a working theory-a theory in the making. To stimulate the research that will allow it to evolve further, we have stated self-determination theory in the form of minitheories that relate to more circumscribed domains, and we have developed paradigms for testing predictions from the various minitheories.

Hat Online Coaching Eine Zukunft Als Beratungsmethode

Author : Bernhard Gura
ISBN : 9783638616386
Genre : Psychology
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Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2006 im Fachbereich Psychologie - Arbeit, Betrieb, Organisation und Wirtschaft, Note: sehr gut, Universität Wien (Supervision, Coaching und Organisationsentwicklung), 31 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Supervision und Coaching als Beratungsmethoden zur Reflexion und/oder Weiterentwicklung der beruflichen Tätigkeit und Handlungskompetenzen, haben jedenfalls ihren Ursprung in Form des persönlichen Kontaktes, bei dem sich ein/e oder mehrere KlientInnen und ein/e oder mehrere BeraterInnen im selben Raum befinden. Aufgrund der gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung, zunehmend mehr moderne Technik für Kommunikationszwecke zu nutzen, stellt sich die Frage, ob auch in der Beratung diesbezügliche Anpassungen vorzunehmen sind. In der folgenden Arbeit werden wir als Ergebnis des ersten (theoretischen) Teils erkennen, dass die wesentlichen Elemente von interpersonellen Beratungssettings - speziell der systemischen Beratung, aber auch Elemente des humanistischen und des gestalttheoretischen Ansatzes - grundsätzlich bei der Fernberatung direkt, oder in abgewandelter Variation, realisierbar erscheinen. Im zweiten (informativen) Teil wird durch eine Auflistung und Differenzierung einiger zur Zeit am Markt vorhandenen Formen von Fernberatung klar ersichtlich, dass die Möglichkeiten der neuen Medien noch nicht hinlänglich ausgeschöpft werden. Dabei fokussiere ich auf den Markt des Coachings und der Supervision und verzichte bewusst – zum Zweck der Übersichtlichkeit – auf den Bereich der Telefonseelsorge und parallel stattfindende Entwicklungen im sozialpädagogischen Beratungsbereich. Im dritten (empirischen) Teil zeigt eine Stichprobenerhebung mittels Fragebogen und Auswertung der Akzeptanz diverser Beratungs- und Fernberatungsmöglichkeiten in einer gemischten KundInnen- und BeraterInnengruppe, dass bezüglich Fernberatung wegen des von vorneherein nicht zwingend erforderlichen persönlichen Kontaktes grundsätzlich Bedenken bestehen, aber dennoch Fernberatung angenommen werden würde. Im vierten (praktischen) Teil zeigt die Darstellung eines Modells, dass die Theorie mit den Bedürfnissen der befragten Personen in Einklang gebracht werden kann.

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