This rich collection offers new perspectives on the future of coaching and coaching psychology, with insight from a broad range of contributors reflecting a wide variety of viewpoints. It captures the ongoing evolution of coaching practice, inviting contribution to conversations as they unfold.
Mary Watts and Ian Florance skillfully bring together authors from backgrounds in law, finance, education, psychology and HR to examine the nature of change and assess current and future developments. Emerging Conversations in Coaching and Coaching Psychology considers influences from within coaching itself, discussing topics including ethics, diversity, supervision and reflective learning, and from other disciplines, assessing the offerings of psychometric assessment, trauma studies and neuroscience. It also considers the impact of social changes as seen in business, education and leadership, and concludes with a look at the future of coaching.
This book will be of great interest to coaches and trainee coaches interested in changes and developments in the field, who aren’t afraid to ask questions and who are open to reflecting on their own assumptions and approaches to practice.