The SAGE Handbook of Coaching

Editors: Bachkirova, Tatiana, Spence, Gordon and Drake, David
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Sage UK

ISBN: 978-1-47-391653-1
Category: Leadership
Image Count: 42
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2017
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Coaching presents a comprehensive, global view of the discipline, identifying the current issues and practices, as well as mapping out where the discipline is going.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • 1 Introduction - Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence and David Drake
  • PART I POSITIONING COACHING AS A DISCIPLINE
  • 2 Developing a Knowledge Base of Coaching: Questions to Explore - Tatiana Bachkirova
  • 3 The Key Discourses of Coaching - Simon Western
  • 4 Coaching as Evidence-Based Practice: The View Through a Multiple-Perspective Model of Coaching Research - Anthony M. Grant
  • 5 Coaching and Psychotherapy - Trevor Crowe
  • 6 Coaching and Theories of Learning - John L. Bennett and Francine Campone
  • 7 Coaching and Adult Development - Paul Lawrence
  • 8 Coaching for Leadership Development - Konstantin Korotov
  • 9 Coaching for Organisation Development - David Drake and James Pritchard
  • 10 Coaching for Social Change - Hany Shoukry
  • PART II COACHING AS A PROCESS
  • 11 The Coaching Relationship - Erik de Haan and Judie Gannon
  • 12 Working with Goals in Coaching - David Ashley Clutterbuck and Gordon Spence
  • 13 Working with Diversity in Coaching - Sunny Stout-Rostron
  • 14 Physicality in Coaching: Developing an Embodied Perspective - Peter Jackson
  • 15 Working with Emotions in Coaching - Elaine Cox
  • 16 Working with Narratives in Coaching - David Drake
  • 17 The Use of Feedback for Development in Coaching: Finding the Coach's Stance - Alison Maxwell
  • PART III COMMON ISSUES IN COACHING
  • 18 Working with Values in Coaching - Reinhard Stelter
  • 19 Coaching for Resilience and Well-being - Carmelina Lawton Smith
  • 20 Working with Strengths in Coaching - Sophie Francis and Alison Zarecky
  • 21 Mindfulness and Coaching: Contemporary Labels for Timeless Practices? - Travis Kemp
  • 22 Coaching for Post-Traumatic Growth: An Appropriate Response to the Devastations of Life? - Gordon Spence and Stephen Joseph
  • 23 Coaching for Role Transitions/Career Change - Polly Parker
  • PART IV COACHING IN CONTEXTS
  • 24 Interculturally-Sensitive Coaching - Christian van Nieuwerburgh
  • 25 Cross-Cultural Coaching: An Emerging Practice - Geoffrey N. Abbott and Raija Salomaa
  • 26 Coaching in the HRD Context - Andrea D. Ellinger, Robert G. Hamlin and Rona S. Beattie
  • 27 Group and Team Coaching - Sean O'Connor and Michael Cavanagh
  • 28 Coaching in Education - Christian van Nieuwerburgh and Margaret Barr
  • 29 Coaching in Healthcare - Ruth Q. Wolever, Margaret A. Moore and Meg Jordan
  • 30 Coaching in Relationships: Working with Singles, Couples and Parents - Yossi Ives
  • PART V RESEARCHING COACHING
  • 31 Researching Outcomes of Coaching - Siegfried Greif
  • 32 Researching the Coaching Process - Adrian Myers
  • 33 Neuroscience in Coaching Research and Practice - Angela M. Passarelli, Ellen B. Van Oosten and Mark A. Eckert
  • 34 The Use of Psychological Assessments in Coaching and Coaching Research - Almuth McDowall
  • PART VI DEVELOPMENT OF COACHES
  • 35 Trends in Development of Coaches (Education and Training): Is it Valid, is it Rigorous and is it Relevant? - David A. Lane
  • 36 Towards a Systemic Model of Coaching Supervision - David E. Gray
  • 37 Issues of Assessment and Accreditation of Coaches - Bob Garvey
  • 38 Developing Ethical Capabilities of Coaches - Ioanna Iordanou and Patrick Williams
  • 39 Adapting to Working with New Technologies - Stella Kanatouri and Harald Geißler
  • 40 Discipline, Profession and Industry: How our Choices Shape our Future - Annette Fillery-Travis and Ron Collins