Neuropsychology For Coaches
Understanding The Basics
Dr Tara Swart, Neuroscientist, medical doctor and executive coach, Executive Performance Ltd.
Neuroscience is revolutionising coaching: it helps us understand the biological basis of our behaviour. This includes the behaviour of the coach and the client.
This practical and much needed book explains basic brain functioning and offers a guide to using this knowledge to advance our coaching and make our practice more effective. It builds extensively on the fact that we do now know that feelings underly all decision-making and focuses coaching on helping clients establish intelligent emotions as the basis of their own decision systems.
Using a systemic model of emotions, energy and change, Paul Brown and Virginia Brown show coaches how to integrate the client's life experience into coaching and create change. This is a must read for all practising coaches.
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Virginia Brown has been practising as an executive coach for over 10 years and has spent a number of years as a faculty member of the School of Coaching. Prior to coaching she worked at BT for 15 years in a variety of commercial roles.
Part 1: The Brain
Biographical beginnings: making sense (of the brain) of the person you coach
Relationships and regulation: the emotions that drive all performance
Oxytocin and other clever chemicals
Part 2: The Working Model for Coaching
Wondering: the basis for knowing and changing minds
Neurobehavioural modelling - NBM
Behavioural change that sticks
Part 3: Useful Techniques
Relationships that effect change and development
Intelligent emotional growth
Bibliography and web resources