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Contracting the Relationship and Setting Boundaries
Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron explains the critical need for contracts between coach and client to establish the parameters of the relationship and clarify communication, expectations, and results
Mindshifting to Mindful Coaching: Managing Your Attention So You Can Think, Focus, and Lead
Joshua Ehrlich demonstrates how changing how you think—"Mindshifting"—and learning the ancient technique of mindfulness can make all the difference in how you coach and help your coachees to lead.
Achieving Your Desired Outcomes
It is useful to understand the psychology behind adult behavior, goals, and motivation when helping clients improve behavior and performance. Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron shows us how.
What Is Neuroleadership?
Dr. Annette Fillery-Travis takes us into a discipline on the minds of many coming into the field of coaching: neuroscience, the study of the brain and its influence on the mind.
Global Gifts to Coaching Practitioners
What do we know about coaching-if it works, how well it works, and when it works best? Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron explores these questions in her latest article.
Working with Coaching Models: The U-Process
Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron continues to investigate coaching models that influence the work of business and executive coaches worldwide. Here she examines the use of the U-process model for coaching individuals and groups.
Senior Leadership Transitions: What Makes Them Work and What Causes Them to Fail?
What can coaches do to help senior leaders succeed in new roles in today's fast-paced business environment?
Being Grateful – An Essential Perspective of Any Practitioner Researcher
Dr. Annette Fillery-Travis highlights the importance of a tight ethical framework and gratitude when taking on the role of practitioner researcher.
Working with Coaching Models: The Nested-Levels Model
Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron investigates coaching models that influence the work of business and executive coaches worldwide. Here she examines the essence of coaching as a learning conversation, and explores how to develop a structured approach to the coaching intervention using nested-levels models.