Coaching Positively: Lessons For Coaches From Positive Psychology: Lessons for Coaches from Positive Psychology
This book applies the latest positive psychology research to coaching practice, providing a range of tools that will have an impact with clients.
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1 Strengthsbased Positive Coaching
4 Coaching Leaders and Managers
5 Leaders as Coaches
6 Goal Power
7 The Wider Implications of Positive Psychology in Coaching
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