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Anthem Press
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February 2024
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The Theory and Practice of Creative Coaching has been long in development and is not meant as an end-view of creativity in this field. It is, however, a stimulating collection of ideas (with detailed views from both practice and education) that seeks to provide stimulus to trainee coaches as well as those whose practice is well-established. With topics as wide-ranging as walking to line-drawing this book seeks to change the practice of practitioners, new and old, and helps to articulate the ways in which David Clutterbuck has called for a move from the use of models towards mastery by embracing new ways of working with the clients of coaching. With a wide-ranging scope, examples, ideas and a strong link to academic understanding, this book will provide a stimulus to the coaches, supervisors and educationalists to open their eyes to alternative ways of practicing their craft.

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