Reflective Practice And Supervision For Coaches
This book contains - List of activities; List of figures; About this book; Setting the scene; Reflection in action; Doing it with others; Reflecting on stages; Reflecting on process; Reflecting systemically; Contracting and boundaries; Psychological underpinnings; Cross cultural considerations; What now?; Glossary; Bibliography; Index.
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Chapter 1 Setting the Scene
Chapter 2 Reflection in Action
Chapter 3 Doing it with Others
Chapter 4 Reflecting on Stages
Chapter 5 Reflecting on Process
Chapter 6 Reflecting Systemically
Chapter 7 Contracting and Boundaries
Chapter 8 Psychological Underpinnings
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Page ix - Preface The coaching world is expanding. A profession that was largely unknown a decade ago is now an attractive second career for increasing numbers of people looking for new ways of growing their interest in the development of people. Some observers reckon that the number of new coaches joining the market is doubling every year.