Coaching with the Brain in Mind Foundations for Practice

ISBN-10: 0470405686
ISBN-13: 9780470405680
Edition: 2009
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Book details

List price: $91.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/6/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 544
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

By understanding how the brain works, coaches can tailor their coaching practice to be in alignment with a clientrsquo;s way of thinking and behaving. This book uses brain-based methods to enhance the coach-client relationship more effectively. It presents tools and methodologies that can be employed by anyone, with or without coaching experience. Its highly practical approach allows professional coaches to begin using the book right away in their client work. Suitable for business and executive leadership coaches as well as personal coaches looking for practical information on how to achieve maximum success with their individual clients. Rock was featured in a Business Week article covering his courses on Brain Based Coaching.

David Rock is a consultant and leadership coach who advises corporations around the world. The author of Coaching with the Brain in Mind , Quiet Leadership , and Personal Best , he is the CEO of Results Coaching Systems, a leading global consulting and coaching organization. He is on the advisory board of the international business school CIMBA and the cofounder of the NeuroLeadership Institute and Summit. He lives in Sydney, Australia, and New York City.

Preface: Who Should Read This Book?
About the Authors
About This Book
Knowledge and Action, Action and Knowledge
Acknowledgments
Introduction: What Are the Questions?
Coaching Bedrock
Coaching Pillars
Neuroscience Platform
Organization of Coaching with the Brain in Mind
What Do We Need to Know About Neuroscience?
What Are We Doing Here?
A Note about the Science of Neuroscience
Who Are We?
Bedrock-Ontology
Western Philosophy
New Age Philosophy
Anthropology
Sociology
Ontology as Bedrock for Coaching
Pillar - Social Embeddedness
Globalization
Systems Theory
Quantum Theory
Social Embeddedness as a Coaching Pillar
Neuroscience Platform-Mindfulness
The Potentiating Brain
Thinking Processes
Mindfulness Practices
Practice Guide for Coaching with the Brain in Mind - Know Yourself
How Can We Be Healthy?
Bedrock - Health Practices
Western Medicine
Physiology
Stress
Wellness Theory
Resource Section: How to Recognize and Avoid Unsupported Claims of Health Benefits
Health Practices as Bedrock for Coaching
Pillar - Optimizing Performance
Sports Psychology
Change Theory
Models of Change
Optimizing Performance as a Coaching Pillar
Neuroscience Platform - Neuroplasticity
Dynamic Stability
Placebo Effect
Experience and Hardwiring
Attention
Veto Power
Applying the Schwartz-Rock Formula for Dynamic Stability
Practice Guide for Coaching with the Brain in Mind - Leverage Change
Why Do We Do What We Do?
Bedrock-Psychology
Behaviorism
Psychometrics
Developmental Psychology
Evolutionary Psychology
Psychology as Bedrock for Coaching
Pillar - Activating the Mind
Cognitive Psychology
Learning Theory
Activating the Mind as a Coaching Pillar
Neuroscience Platform - Cognition
Memory
Awareness
Mapping and Predicting
Dilemma Model
Practice Guide for Coaching with the Brain in Mind - Make Decisions and Solve Problems
How Can We Feel Better?
Bedrock - Psychotherapy
Humanistic Movement
Trauma and Its Social Implications
Research Revealing Transtheoretic Common Factors
Linking Psychotherapy Techniques to Coaching
Resource Section: Mental Health Issues - How Not to Do Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy as Bedrock for Coaching
Pillar - Accentuate the Positive
Learned Optimism
Science of Happiness: Pleasure, Engagement, and Meaning
Resilience
Emotional Intelligence
Accentuate the Positive as a Pillar for Coaching
Neuroscience Platform - Emotions
State of Mind
Scanning for Threats
Status and Belonging
Emotion Regulation
Practice Guide for Coaching with the Brain in Mind - Keep Cool Under Pressure
How Can We Get Along?
Bedrock - Management
Management Theory
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Social Psychology
Meta-analysis
Management as Bedrock for Coaching
Pillar - Leadership
Organizational Heresies
Social Network Theories
Family Systems Therapies
Appreciative Inquiry
Human Capital Movement
Leadership as a Coaching Pillar
Neuroscience Platform - NeuroLeadership
Collaborative, Contingent Conversations
Our Social Brains
Theory of Mind
Repairing Relationships - Sange
Resolving Conflict - Stop and Grow
Calming Threats - the SCARF Model
Practice Guide for Coaching with the Brain in Mind - Get Along with Others
Conclusion: What Are We Doing Here?
Internet Links
References
Index

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