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Coaching psychology: An introduction.

S Palmer, A Whybrow Routledge Publications 2008

In this introductory chapter the authors consider what is coaching and coaching psychology, the origins of coaching psychology and the specific study of the psychology of coaching, and the gradual professionalisation of coaching psychology with the move towards coaching psychology becoming an applied area of psychology. Then the authors i...

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Acceptance and commitment coaching: Making the case for an ACT-based approach to coaching

R Skews, S Palmer Coaching Psychology International 2016

This paper makes the case for a theoretically driven approach to coaching using principles derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Mindfulness-based Acceptance and Commitment Coaching (ACC) is goal-focused and addresses psychological barriers which hinder performance and exacerbate stress. The approach reduces emotional reac...

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Coaching Abrasive Leaders: Using Action Research to Reduce Suffering and Increase Productivity in Organizations

L Crawshaw International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2010

Abrasive leaders rub their coworkers the wrong way. Their words and actions create interpersonal friction—friction that grates on subordinates, peers, and even superiors, eroding employee motivation and organizational productivity. In its more extreme forms, abrasive behavior constitutes workplace psychological harassment, also known as w...

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The possibilities of a coaching psychology framework for targets of workplace bullying

L Quiun Coaching Psychology International 2018

This article will explore the possibilities that coaching psychology has for targets of workplace bullying based on a case study and the knowledge acquired during my Ph.D. research. I describe the process undertaken and how coaching can be useful in these cases, given the way it acts directly as a psychological driver that allows the gene...

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