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A Hint of This and a Pinch of That: Theories That Inform Coaching and Consulting

@inproceedings{Gloss2012AHO,
  title={A Hint of This and a Pinch of That: Theories That Inform Coaching and Consulting},
  author={Erica J Gloss},
  year={2012}
}
This paper explores five theories that inform the academics and practice of organizational consulting and executive coaching: multi-dimensional executive coaching, adult transformational learning, emotional intelligence, cognitive behavior theory, and positive psychology. I discuss themes within these theories including the use of self as a tool to understand organizational environments, examination of the individual through the lens of systemic forces, establishment of positive perspectives… 
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