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The Wisdom of Coaching : Essential Papers in Consulting Psychology for a World of Change
Kilburg, Richard R. and Richard C. Diedrich (Eds)
American Psychological Association / Hardcover / 2007-03-01 / 1591477875
Coaching & Career Counseling
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What is executive coaching? And, how has it emerged as such a strong subdiscipline of consulting psychology in recent years? Answers to these questions and more are provided in The Wisdom of Coaching: Essential Papers in Consulting Psychology.

Editors Richard R. Kilburg and Richard C. Diedrich have selected 39 essential articles originally published in the Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research that delve deeply into what it means to coach senior executives in the world’s major corporations.

Along with the practical guidance offered by the numerous case studies, conceptual approaches, and methods presented in the volume by some of the finest thinkers in the field, the editors—both respected executive consultants—explain the history and evolution of executive coaching thus far.

This volume explores the various expectations held by practitioners, clients, and their organizations; the tactics and methods coaches use to help clients improve their performance in a variety of difficult situations; and the feedback given by clients in relation to their experience with coaching.

In sharing a wealth of perspectives and experience, this volume provides a solid grounding in the practice and assessment of executive coaching. Students interested in executive consulting and management as well as practicing coaches will find this volume to be a useful resource that will enhance their ability to deal with challenges and their ability to work with executives one-on-one.

Contents:

Contributors

Acknowledgments

Introduction
Richard R. Kilburg

Part I. Coaching Definitions, History, Commentaries, and Research

Toward a conceptual understanding and definition of executive coaching
Richard R. Kilburg

Executive coaching: A working definition
Lewis R. Stern

Executive coaching: A comprehensive review of the literature
Sheila Kampa-Kokesch & Mary Z. Anderson

Executive coaching as an emerging competency in the practice of consultation
Richard R. Kilburg

Further consideration of executive coaching as an emerging competency
Richard R. Kilburg & Richard C. Diedrich

Trudging toward Dodoville: Conceptual approaches and case studies in executive coaching
Richard R. Kilburg

Executive coaching: The road to Dodoville needs paving with more than good Assumptions
Rodney L. Lowman

Executive coaching: An outcome study
Karol M. Wasylyshyn

Part II. Coaching Approaches

Executive coaching
Harry Levinson

Executive coaching: A continuum of roles
Robert Witherspoon & Randall P. White

Coaching at the top
Fred Kiel, Eric Rimmer, & Kathryn Williams

Executive coaching at work: The art of one-on-one change
David B. Peterson

Coaching executives
Lester L. Tobias

An iterative approach to executive coaching
Richard C. Diedrich

Business-linked executive development: Coaching senior executives
Thomas J. Saporito

The cognitive-behavioral approach to executive coaching
Mary Jo Ducharme

Rational–emotive behavior therapy: A behavioral change model for executive coaching
Jessica Sherin & Leigh Caiger

Action frame theory as a practical framework for the executive coaching process
Tracy Cocivera & Steven Cronshaw

When shadows fall: Using psychodynamic approaches in executive coaching
Richard R. Kilburg

The emerging role of the internal coach
Michael H. Frisch

An integrated model of developmental coaching
Otto E. Laske

Part III. Coaching Challenges, Methods, and Standards

Facilitating intervention adherence in executive coaching: A model and methods
Richard R. Kilburg

Coaching leaders through culture change
Judith H. Katz & Frederick A. Miller

Coaching versus therapy: A perspective
Vicki Hart, John Blattner & Staci Leipsic

Multimodal therapy: A useful model for the executive coach
James T. Richard

Executive growth along the adult development curve
Steven D. Axelrod

Leadership dynamics: Character and character structure in executives
Len Sperry

Ideas on fostering creative problem solving in executive coaching
James T. Richard

Behind the mask coaching through deep interpersonal communication
James Campbell Quick & Marilyn Macik-Frey

Media perceptions of executive coaching and the formal preparation of coaches
Andrew N. Garman, Deborah L Whiston & Kenneth W. Zlatoper

Executive coaching: The need for standards of competence
Lloyd E. Brotman, William P. Liberi, & Karol M. Wasylyshyn

Lessons learned in--and guidelines for--coaching executive teams
Richard C. Diedrich

Part IV. Coaching Case Studies

Coaching: The successful adventure of a downwardly mobile executive
John Blattner

A case study of executive coaching as a support mechanism during organizational growth and evolution
Eugene R. Schnell

The alchemy of coaching: “You’re good, Jennifer, but you could be really good”
David B. Peterson & Jennifer Millier

The reluctant president
Karol M. Wasylyshyn

Developing the effectiveness of a high-potential African American executive: The anatomy of a coaching engagement
Paul C. Winum

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Four case studies of a new tool for executive coaching and restoring employee performance after setbacks
Sandra Foster & Jennifer Lendl

Executive Coaching From the Executive’s Perspective
John H. Stevens Jr.

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