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Systemic Coaching

Author : Peter Hawkins
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Hawkins and Turner argue that coaching needs to step up to deliver value to all the stakeholders of the coachee, including those they lead, colleagues, investors, customers, partners, their local community and also the wider ecology. Systemic Coaching contains key chapters on how to contract in various settings, how to work relationally and dialogically, how to expand our own and others’ ecological awareness, how to get greater value from supervision, work with systemic ethics and expand our impact. While illustrating why a new model of coaching is necessary, Hawkins and Turner also provide the tools and approaches that coaches and clients need to deliver this greater impact, accompanied by real-life case examples and interviews from the authors and other leading coaches and leaders globally. Systemic Coaching will be an invaluable resource for coaches in practice and in training, mentors, coach supervisors, consultants in leadership development and HR and L&D professionals and leaders.

Systemic Coaching and Constellations

Author : John Whittington
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Systemic Coaching and Constellations offers a refreshingly uncomplicated path into a potentially complex subject, demonstrating how to understand and manage intricate relationship systems as part of a powerful coaching agenda. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles that sustain systems, how to map and explore them through constellations, as well as a step-by-step guide to integrating these principles and practices into coaching. Featuring a variety of case studies from around the world to illustrate different facilitation styles and approaches, it also contains practical exercises which can be used in a variety of contexts, including one-to-one coaching, group coaching, leadership development coaching and managing conflict in teams. This updated third edition of Systemic Coaching and Constellations contains a new chapter on systemic supervision, new material on team coaching, systemic questions and resourcing constellations as well as new and refreshed case studies and updates to wider research and thinking. Whether used in an initial selection meeting or to underpin all coaching conversations and interventions, it remains an indispensable resource for coaches of all levels of experience and in all remits looking to transform their practice, as well as for those studying coaching as part of a degree or coaching qualification.

Systemic Coaching

Author : Nino Tomaschek
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Systemic-constructivist coaching incorporates the ideas and thoughts of constructivist epistemology and cybernetic systems theory and puts them into practice. This book provides an in-depth study of systemic-constructivist coaching and illustrates its practical relevance by following the Kiel Consulting Model. With its special outline of the consulting process, this book presents a detailed description of the approach to target and solution-focused coaching. It discusses the techniques, principles, and strategies in practice-related examples.

Systemic Coaching

Author : Jan Jacob Stam
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Coaching is not reserved for those who have 'coach' on their business cards. We all coach in some way or another. Although they may call it differently, parents, teachers, entrepreneurs, managers, therapists and consultants, they all coach often. In Systemic coaching you learn how to apply your knowledge and skills from constellations in one-to-one situations. In every system people are a part of, there are patterns and trauma's. Some are obstructive. Systemic coaching can give you knowledge, impulse and structure to deal with these blockages. Amongst other things, this book consists of a list of more than 40 commonly found symptoms in systems: what for instance is the cause and effect of abortion, a glass ceiling or fraud in a system? And what are suitable interventions? Authors Jan Jacob Stam (1954) en Bibi Schreuder (1953) know better than anyone how systemic coaching works. As founders of the Bert Hellinger Institute of The Nederlands, they have trained and guided thousands of professionals in systemic awareness. With great expertise and depth, they give their reader new ideas, new questions and new methods to do interventions at systemic layers.

Quantum Perspectives in Systemic Coaching

Author : Alain Cardon MCC
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What mind experiments can help systemic coaches stretch their perspectives to fully embody post millennial perspectives?The obvious answer to this question has the author suggest that professional coaches look for growing-edge inspiration in the post Einstein quantum-theory paradigm. Beyond intellectual inspiration, this text also rests on a reality: to be worthwhile, such an exploratory endeavor must ultimately provide coaching individual, team and organizational clients with measurable added value. Consequently, this book is definitely not about how to have systemic coaches and their clients active their bosons and pop their quarks!Chapters in this book consider practical space-time collapse, faster than lightning-speed results, holographic-universe and fractal synchronicity, instantaneous communication, and other quantum-based concepts, to name a few. Each quantum-theory theory is taken as a workable metaphor of what is possible, oftentimes of what is already experimented by systemic coaches, with individual, team and organizational clients. The text is laden with case studies, examples, and practical exercises to acquire very practical tools, ultimately focused on expanding advanced systemic coach perspectives and skills.

Systemic Team and Organizational Coaching

Author : Alain Cardon MCC
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Interestingly, successful personal coaching relationships often lead clients to quit their jobs and even change their personal environments. For developing clients, these systems have outlived their pertinence if they limit personal and professional growth. This reveals that when individuals develop, they do not necessarily succeed to also transform the systems in which they work and live. Conversely, however, developing or transforming collective systems will generally provoke the growth and evolution of all their members. System change is in fact the most effective way to accompany both individual and system development. System change is the main focus of team and organizational coaching. How is team coaching and organizational coaching a different profession from individual coaching? This book is a landmark textbook on a Continental approach on the subject. It is an updated and expanded English version of a European bestseller on executive team coaching published in 2002 in French, then Spanish, then Romanian and still selling strong. The text presents a frame of reference and practical strategies and tools that can be extremely useful:1) For manager-coaches who want to create healthy, collaborative and results-oriented growth environments to ensure sustainable team success, and individual development for all its members. 2) For trained systemic coaches specialized in team and organizational systemic coaching. Numerous annotated case studies, examples and step by step team-coaching and organizational coaching experiences are detailed to make this book a very practical workbook for coaches and managers truly centered on allowing organizations and teams develop measurable human and financial added value.

Systemic Coaching and Constellations 2nd Edition

Author : John Whittington
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A practical introduction to systemic coaching and constellations for executive, leadership and team coaches.

Organizational Culture and Team Development

Author : Alain Cardon MCC
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CAUTION: As is, this manuscript was written in the late eighties, privately published for the benefit one of the author's corporate clients, to be distributed among its managers. That version provided the author with the foundation for two subsequent books published in French, "Profils d'équie et cultures d'entreprises", Alain Cardon, Les éditions d'Organisations 1994, and "Décider en Equipe", Alain Cardon, Les Editions d'organisation, 1995. This text first presents the original conceptual foundations of key characteristics that apply to all systems sucha as a person, a family, a building, a team, a country, a living cell, a city, a tribe, etc. This first exploratory introduction considers how these basic characteristics or criteria can be coherently mapped out to provide a comprehensive understanding of any coherent ensemble or system. The author presents how universal system criteria can be refined and organized to better understand basic similarities, differences and complementarities within and between systems. Some such criteria, for example, are energy deployment, spatial organization, time perception, material form, etc. The second part of the book proceeds to lay out how this preliminary systemic awareness can serve to reconsider team development, organizational cultures, team-management strategies.The publishing choice in this 2020 Amazon version is to keep this original manustript in its original form, for trainers, consultants and coaches who want to delve deeper into the historical foundations of Metasystem-Coaching's truly original approach to individual, team and organizational coaching.

Systemic Coaching

Author : L. Michael Hall
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If Coaching isn't holistic, it is not truly coaching. True coaching is systemic by nature and design. Yet most coaches today do not coach systemically, in fact, most have not been trained to think and work systemically and do not have systemic models to work with. Systemic Coaching changes all of that. It enables a professional coach to discover what it means to think and work systemically. It describes how to use the Matrix Model as a systems model and to "follow a client's energy through his or her system." In this work, you'll learn the key variables in the human mind-body-emotion system, and how to distinguish the causes from symptoms, how to recognize the information in energy out loops, and much more. Includes transcripts of scores of coaching conversations by L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. and see them put into system diagrams by Pascal Gambardella, Ph.D. Systemic Coaching introduces Meta-Coaching in the field of Coaching as the most systematic approach to coaching.

Coaching Systemically

Author : Paul Lawrence
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This book provides an accessible and clear description of key theories of systemic coaching and how they can be applied to coaching practice. Structured around five different ways of thinking about systems, the book provides coaches with a high-level overview of different systems theories and how those theories may be applied in practice. Readers are invited to consider each of the five different ways of thinking through the lens of philosophy, purpose and practice: Which theories most resonate for you? How do these systemic perspectives shape your purpose for coaching, and how do they show up in the way that you coach? With examples and case material throughout, Coaching Systemically aligns coaching with the realities and challenges of organisations operating in an ever more complex world. Readers will walk away from the book with a clearer understanding of what it means to coach 'systemically' and new ideas as to how they can translate insights into practice. Coaching Systemically will be key reading for coaches in practice and in training, consultants and anyone interesting in systemic approaches.

Experiences of a Systemic Coach

Author : Anton De Kroon
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Learning from the insights of a very experienced systemic coach. Anton de Kroon has been working as a systemic coach and consultant for more than a decade. Not only is he an experienced coach, he also teaches how to integrate the systemic way of working in your daily routine. This book offers 25 different examples from Anton's coaching practice that illustrate just how Anton works as a systemic coach. You will learn about how he uses his awareness, the questions he asks, the different methods he uses and the types of interventions that can be effective in a coaching session. Additionally, after each case, Anton shares his thoughts and doubts in a short personal reflection.Experiences of a Systemic Coach offers behind the scene impressions of an expert at work. We hope you enjoy the insightful and practical way of Anton's work.

Coaching With Empathy

Author : Brockbank, Anne
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This ground-breaking book will give you the skills you need to become an advanced coach. For many years, executive coaching assumed that feelings had no place at work, or in the coaching relationship. Fearful of getting into therapy, coaches ignored emotions at the expense of focusing on solutions too soon. Neuroscience is now showing us that emotion is the dominant part of the human brain and as coaches we can only ignore this at our peril. Everything in coaching is about trust between coach and client, and the only way to create trust is through skilled and sustained empathy. Coaching with Empathy explains what empathy is, why it matters so much in coaching and what can go wrong when it's missing. Coaches who can use the skill of empathy, in the moment, have in their hands a powerful tool to nurture change in their clients. Anne Brockbank and Ian McGill provide an easily followed guide about how to create empathy and sustain it with clients, before asking them to think rationally about a solution. This timely book also gives practical and sensible guidance on how to avoid getting out of your depth, working within the boundaries of your skill and knowledge.

The Coaching Partnership

Author : Rosemarye Taylor
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Educators will have the guidance and tools they need to successfully implement a collaborative coaching partnership system--one that will improve instruction and maximize student learning in their schools. The authors examine all the necessary components--from clearly communicated roles to generative thinking to effective communication--and offer research-based strategies, real-life vignettes, coaching-in-action reflective practice questions, a helpful Planning Tool, and more.

Coaching Across Cultures

Author : Philippe Rosinski
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As coaches and clients increasingly realise, the demands of business mean that it is now vital to integrate, understand and leverage cultural differences across countries and corporations. This work bridges the gap between coaching and interculturalism.

Best Practice in Performance Coaching

Author : Carol Wilson
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Effective performance coaching can help individuals and organizations achieve their maximum potential, tackle challenges and reach specific goals. It leads to personal and professional development, improves productivity, performance and motivation, and helps to create a work/life balance. Best Practice in Performance Coaching is both an introduction for anyone thinking of becoming or hiring a coach - whether private or corporate - and a reference guide for experienced coaches. A practical guide to the 'what' and the 'how' of performance coaching, it covers a broad range of topics from the personal and executive angle and explains the structure of a coaching relationship. The book contains extensive guidance on coaching techniques and the best-known and emerging models and tools as well as advice on how to train as a coach, how to run a coaching practice and how to structure coaching sessions. Complete with worksheets and exercises, evaluations and international case studies, this is a thorough guide to performance coaching. Forewords by Sir John Whitmore and Sir Richard Branson.

Project Management and Business Coaching

Author : Annette Kunow
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Systemic Team Coaching

Author : John Leary-Joyce
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A practical volume, that outlines the practice and art of Systemic Team Coaching(R). Clear guidelines, challenging interventions and dynamic models for working with teams in their systemic context are provided. This gives coaches the opportunity to deliver tangible, sustainable results for teams, their stakeholders and the wider organisation.

A Systemic Approach to Organizational Coaching

Author : Paul R. Lawrence
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Ian Calqhoun is a senior executive working for 3CA, a Melbourne-based telecommunications company. Nine months ago, Ian's CEO asked him to work with his counterpart in New Zealand to explore the possibility of implementing the Australian customer relationship management system across both countries. Ian conducted the study and submitted a report recommending the customer relationship management system be implemented in New Zealand. Three months later, Ian has had no response to his report from either the COO or CEO. He fears his reputation and effectiveness as a manager may be compromised as a consequence. Ian has asked Colin Harvey, an executive coach, to help him navigate the situation he finds himself in. This case invites you to consider Ian's predicament from Colin's perspective.

Coaching Presence

Author : Maria Iliffe-Wood
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One of the hallmarks of maturity as a coach is awareness of how your values, beliefs, and other factors affect your coaching interventions. It takes skill to notice these influences which can manifest both physically and mentally during coaching, while simultaneously ensuring a client focused approach. Coaching Presence examines how self-awareness can be built across key aspects of coaching practice, introducing a model that will help you make a conscious and deliberate choice for every approach or intervention that you use with your client. It explores how, by paying close attention to the motivations behind every coaching choice, you can minimize the unconscious negative influences and bias to produce the best outcome for the client and their wider system. It will also help you recognize when conscious visibility expressed explicitly to the client may actually be the best coaching solution.

The Application of a Systemic World View Within Coaching as Strategy for Leadership Development

Author : Maria Elizabeth Coetzee
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