Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Pocketbook

Dorothy Spry

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Description

The widespread popularity of coaching in support of workplace performance, leadership development and employee engagement was heavily underscored by the findings of a CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) survey carried out in 2009 which revealed that 90 per cent of organisations surveyed use coaching techniques.

Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC) takes coaching a stage further. It recognises that how people think affects how they feel which, in turn, influences the decisions and actions they take. Through a systematic process of questioning, CBC challenges an individual’s limiting beliefs and behaviours and helps them to see and act differently.

The Cognitive Behavioural Coaching Pocketbook uses a simple 5-step model to explain in clear, practical terms how coaches, L&D staff and managers can use CBC for the benefit of both the individual and the organisation.

Product Details

Author

Dorothy Spry

Formats Available

paperback, ebook

Publication Date

2010

Paperback Pages

112

Paperback Dimensions

105 x 148 x 7 mm

Paperback ISBN

978 1 906610 17 3

eBook ISBN

978 1 908284 16 7

Endorsements

“A concise, informative and robust appraisal of CBC that captures the essential elements of theory, practice and research to present a most valuable contribution as to how CBC can be effectively applied. By incorporating emotional intelligence into the methodology of coaching techniques, Dorothy highlights its importance in the overall CBC coaching framework, adding a very practical and original dimension.”
Dr Barry Cripps, C. Psychol