The 5 Senses of Self: A Coaching Framework for Personal and Team Development

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Self-Help - 268 pages
This text provides a very useful addition to the teaching armoury for those involved in leadership and management training and it is also an excellent work for its application and relevance as a tool for self development. As someone involved in teaching managers, I see this as a breath of fresh air that I would commend to all of them most strongly. Professor Peter L. Bradshaw: Professor in Health Care Policy (University of Huddersfield) and Chief External Examiner for the NHS National Management Training Scheme. This book challenges and inspires us to make a profound journey of self-discovery and clarifies our understanding of the human condition and gives us the tools to facilitate problem-solving and personal development...The author is eager for his readers to find their true potential fully satisfied, and he provides an impressively detailed and comprehensive analysis of how this can be done. His enthusiasm for his subject is infectious. Mr Michael Flowers MBE. FRCS. Retired Consultant in Accident and Emergency Medicine Leeds. This book offers inspiration to find personal transformation though the application of right thinking. Through helpful diagrams and many examples, the author shows how we do not need to remain fixed in our present state and articulates means by which these wished-for keys can become reality. Mr John Sloan, BM. BS. FRCS. FCEM. Consultant in Emergency Medicine Countess of Chester Hospital. This book is a clear and engaging self help and training manual... Psychotherapists who want to extend their clinical toolbox, particularly within the positive psychology framework, will find this a useful addition. Barbara Clarkson BSc, MA, PTSTA, Psychotherapist, Trainer and Supervisor.

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