Coaching the whole person requires a “whole coach.” Interdisciplinarity is required—this is part of the job description for a professional coach. William Bergquist and Bill Carrier To say that something is both an art and a science credits both the creative and the procedural. When we say that, we mean that we can concretely define, […]
The list in this issue identifies some of the books to be found in the LPC Writers Cottage. While The Future of Coaching will usually feature a specific book in the Book Shelf, we provide in this issue (and some that follow) an Excel Spreadsheet listing many books rather than one book. The list in […]
William Bergquist and Gary Quehl In preparing most of our essays in Caring Deeply, we have turned to our own research findings about Generativity Two, relying primarily on the 100 interviews that we conducted with Emerging and Senior Sage leaders in Western Nevada County California. In later essay, we will review some of the analyses […]
On service of further considering the idea of coaching as a multidisciplinary profession, here are some reflections on the components of the courses at West Point that built different perspectives and abilities in my work as a coach. When I entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in the summer of 1986, the […]
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