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What Coaches Need to Know About Team Flow

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by Kate Hammer (UK) A new monograph from Springer Briefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research called Team Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Collaboration (2019) contains important findings for coaches, especially those who work on-site with members of a common team. Two leading psychological researchers – Jef J.J.

Book Critique “Co-Active Coaching, 3rd Edition”

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by Cristina Palma - iCN Journalist (France) More than a book, the 3rd edition of the Co-Active Coaching paperback is a tool to address any issue, applied in diverse contexts, to a vast group of individuals who are seeking  a  driven and fulfilling life. Written by Henry Kimsey-House, Karen

BOOK REVIEW of Parlez-vous Personality?

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By Anita Mountain (United Kingdom) Process communication for coaches by Collignon G., Legrand P. and Parr J. This book is a “must read” for anyone who wishes to improve their communications skills.  It offers an in-depth approach to relating with others within a positive psychological framework. Whilst the original