A whole person focus is ‘ultimate’ means to better performance

COACHING AT WORK COACHING AND MENTORING AT WORK: BEYOND FRONTIERS CONFERENCE, BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICES, LONDON, 23 NOVEMBER To perform or fail; to be a hero or a zero? We live in a culture of opposites: strengths or weaknesses, work or life, talent or effort, but in coaching it is never one or the other, argued Alex Linley, co-founder of CAPP. Linley drew on positive psychology and strengths-based coaching to argue that a focus on the whole person is the ultimate route to performance improvement. “The complexities of context provide the roadmap for a coach: the individual and the team; […]

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