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Feb

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The Book Shelf: Karl Mannheim and the Sociology of Knowledge

Do we, in some way, become part of the reinforcing “group” for the powerful and influential leaders with whom we work? How do we remain “objective” in our perspectives regarding the world of our clients? Reviewer: William Bergquist, Ph.D. Karl Mannheim wrote many books that are aligned with a sub-discipline of sociology, called the sociology […]

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 […]

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Jan

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Differences in Personal and Executive Coaching

Personal coaching and executive coaching share many fundamentals. However, they can and do differ in their agenda setting, content, and objectives. Personal coaching and executive coaching share many fundamentals. However, they can and do differ in their agenda setting, content, and objectives. Executive coaches also face unique challenges posed by the incorporation of the client […]

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