This workshop runs from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm either at the Holiday Inn in Oxford or a London location, please contact OCM Head Office for more details.

Recommended Reading:

  • Peltier, B. (2009) The Psychology of Executive Coaching – Theory and Application (2nd Edition). Hove: Routledge
  • Bluckert, P. (2009) The Psychological Dimensions of Executive Coaching. Maidenhead: Open University

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop delegates will be able to:

  • Recognise the relevance of psychology to their own development as a coach
  • Describe the potential application of psychology in their coaching practice
  • Explore the application of key approaches and concepts in their own practice
  • Identify areas on the topic of psychology that will provide a foundation for further exploration and development

Overview of the content:

  • Overview of the subject, with recognition of the requirement for safe practice
  • Introduction to and discussion around several psychological approaches within the generic themes of:
    • The appreciative view (Person-centred and Positive Psychology)
    • The investigative view (Cognitive behavioural)
    • The accepting/emergent view (Neuroscience)
  • Opportunity to practice your preferred approach with your fellow delegates

Pre-workshop preparation:

It will be valuable to have done some reading on the subject. We particularly recommend you review the following:

  • Review the EMCC and AOC Global Code of Ethics
  • Review any reading and/or practice of the application of psychological approaches
  • Read Chapters 2,4,5 and 14 of the “Psychology of Executive Coaching” by Bruce Peltier
  • Bring examples of current, unresolved, and not too complex topics you are comfortable to be coached on
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