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Constructivist Coaching : A Practical Guide to Unlocking Potential Alternative Futures, Paperback / softback Book

Constructivist Coaching : A Practical Guide to Unlocking Potential Alternative Futures Paperback / softback

Part of the Coaching Psychology series

Paperback / softback


Based on the philosophy of Personal Construct Psychology (PCP), constructivist coaching is interested in how people interpret their own lives and how they 'construct' their sense of reality within their social world.

Relationships, social context, individual thought processes, identity, and active learning are all fundamental aspects of this approach. Using a range of methods and practical applications, these expert authors bring constructivist coaching to life for the first time, enabling the reader to quickly grasp both the meaning of the approach and how to apply it.

The aim is to work flexibly with your coachees, allowing them to lead the coaching process to unlock what they did not know or realise about themselves and reach greater self-understanding and self-acceptance, and to enable them to engage in meaningful change.

With a wide range of examples offered, the methods covered in the book can be used flexibly across contexts, as either a holistic coaching philosophy or an extension to your existing coaching tools. Constructivist Coaching is an invaluable practical guide for coaches, managers and occupational psychologists, along with anyone else who is involved in supporting the personal development and learning of others.


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