Difference between revisions of "Person-centred coaching"
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Working effectively with others - career coaching.
Person-centred coaching emphasises the agency of the client, and their ability to make conscious choices.
It assumes that people are naturally motivated to grow, develop, and act autonomously. This motivation is know as the 'actualising' tendency.
Person-centred coaching is particularly suited to career coaching.
- Association for Coaching
- Association of Corporate Treasurers
- Career coaching
- Cognitive behavioural coaching
- Core belief
- Cross-cultural coaching
- Developmental coaching
- European Mentoring & Coaching Council
- Existential coaching
- Executive coaching
- Gestalt coaching
- Health and wellness coaching
- International Coach Federation
- Leadership coaching
- Narrative coaching
- Negative automatic thoughts
- NLP coaching
- Ontological coaching
- Organizational coaching
- Peer coaching
- Positive psychology coaching
- Psychodynamic coaching
- Skills and performance coaching
- Solution-focused coaching
- Team coaching
- Transactional analysis and coaching
- Transactional coaching
- Transformational coaching
- Transpersonal coaching
- Working effectively with others