• Medientyp: E-Book
  • Titel: Single-session coaching and one-at-a-time coaching : distinctive features
  • Beteiligte: Dryden, Windy [VerfasserIn]
  • Erschienen: Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge,2020
  • Erschienen als:  Coaching distinctive features
  • Umfang: 1 online resource (viii, 156 pages)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN: 9780429327872; 0429327870; 9781000652154; 1000652157; 9781000652277; 1000652270; 9781000652390; 1000652394
  • Schlagwörter: Personal coaching ; Psychotherapy ; PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health ; bisacsh ; PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health
  • Beschreibung: Preface PartI Theory 1: Introducing Single-Session Coaching and One-At-A-Time Coaching (SSC/OAATC) 2: What is Single-Session Coaching (SSC) and One-At-A-Time Coaching (OAATC)? 3: The foundations of SSC/OAATC 4: People can be helped in one session of coaching or in one coaching session at a time 5: The single session and one-at-a-time mindset and mode of delivery 6: Why SSC/OAATC? 7: Development-focused SSC/OAATC 8: Problem-focused SSC/OAATC 9: The working alliance in SSC/OAATC 10: What makes a good SSC/OAATC coach and coachee? 11: Misconceptions of SSC/OAATC Part Part II Practice 12: Good practice in SSC/OAATC 13: What not to do in SSC/OAATC 14: Placing SSC/OAATC in context 15: Responding to the first contact 16: Contracting for SSC/OAATC 17: Structuring the session effectively 18: Preparing for the session: The pre-session telephone conversation 19: Beginning the session 20: Creating and keeping to a meaningful focus in the session 21: Agreeing on a development-based process objective or problem-based process goal 22: Identifying and utilising important coachee variables in the session 23: Facilitating change in SSC/OAATC: General factors 24: Facilitating change in development-focused SSC/OAATC 25: Facilitating change in problem-focused SSC/OAATC 26: Action planning and implementation in development-focused SSC/OAATC 27: Rehearsing, action planning and implementing the solution in problem-focused SSC/OAATC 28: Identifying and dealing with roadblocks 29: Summarising, moving forward and tying-up loose ends 30: Following-up Notes References Index
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