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Pivoting: A Coach's Guide to Igniting Substantial Change

Change is a necessary, though sometimes challenging part of staying relevant, being engaged and seeking ways to flourish in one’s life. Coaching helps individuals develop coherent strategies for their life and work and to tap into their strengths and inspiration....

2015 Conference Video: Some Surprising Truths about Habits

Many habit-formation strategies are familiar: monitor the behavior we want to change; hold ourselves accountable; schedule a specific time for an activity. Such strategies are important and powerful—but they’re familiar....

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Reconsidering the accuracy of follower leadership ratings

Accurate behavioral measurement is essential to developing a science of leadership, yet accurate measurement has remained elusive....

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MasterClass: Update on Motivational Interviewing in Coaching (2014)

Welcome to our newest MasterClass on Motivational Interviewing (MI) and coaching. Motivational Interviewing is a growing field of knowledge that is based upon solid theory and practice, and that which informs coaching....

Podcast: John Norcross and Margaret Moore discuss his new book Changeology

In this podcast, Dr. John Norcross and Margaret Moore discuss his new book, Changeology. He discusses the psychology of change and offers a remarkable five step program for more than 50 common complaints that effect many of us.

 

 

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Webinar: Mental Health Literacy: What Coaches Need to Know with Shelley Carson, PhD

Client mental health issues can complicate coaching efforts and forestall positive behavioral change. This webinar, with guest presenter, Shelley Carson, PhD, guides us to better understand the boundaries of coaching and build awareness to the important red flags for when a referral to an outside specialist may be necessary.

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CoachX: Coaching the Abrasive Leader

In this CoachX podcast, Dr. Laura Crawshaw, IOC Founding Fellow, addresses the following elements:...

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A case for the advancement of the design and study of online positive psychological interventions

As PPI research embraces the use of the Internet it is incumbent on the research community to keep up with the everevolving best practices in online intervention research. This paper provides an overview of current practices in online positive psychological intervention (OPPI) research and suggests improvements to those practices....

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Behavioral intervention technologies for positive psychology: Introduction to the special issue

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Leveraging social media content to support engagement in positive interventions

A key challenge for positive psychology interventions is promoting sustained engagement to improve long-term outcomes. One way to increase engagement is to introduce variety to reduce hedonic adaptation. Here we propose supplementing intervention prompts with items from a person’s social media archive to add variety....

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