Executive Coaching: A Psychodynamic Approach: A Psychodynamic Approach
This book aims to provide the reader with a clear and concise introduction to psychodynamic concepts and their application to executive coaching.
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1 What is executive coaching?
2 Key concepts in psychodynamic theory
3 Understanding the client
4 Getting alongside the client
5 Developing insight and enabling change
6 Understanding the organizational context
7 The Emotional Profiles Triangle
8 The client who bullied
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