Coaching at relational depth: a case study

@article{Day2010CoachingAR,
  title={Coaching at relational depth: a case study},
  author={Andrew Day},
  journal={Journal of Management Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={864-876}
}
  • A. Day
  • Published 26 October 2010
  • Psychology, Business
  • Journal of Management Development
Purpose – This paper aims to describe how organisation coaches can work at relational depth with their clients by exploring the unconscious relational dynamics of the coaching relationship and their links to unconscious dynamics in the client's organisation.Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on relational psychoanalytic theory of the individual and system psychodynamic theories of organisations to argue that unconscious dynamics that emerge between the coach and client can be… 

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