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Apr

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The Interdisciplinarity of Professional Coaching: A Whole Person Globalized Imperativee

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, […]

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Feb

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West Point: Teaching Leadership Through Interdisciplinary Education

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 […]

03
Feb

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What is Nature Coaching?

Searching on the web for “Nature Coaching,” there are about 10 pages (as of today) in which this term appears, referring, from time to time, to: • Coaching sessions carried out in the natural environment • Experiences of outdoor training or experiential learning in a natural environment Here are my thoughts on this: • In […]