Brief Strategic Coaching offers coaches a different process for rapid problem resolution and change. The book guides readers to identify problematic attempts at solutions, to get unstuck and reach their goals by breaking free from the vicious cycle of "the more I try to solve a problem, the worse it gets". Instead, the new solution is often radically different to the original one and brief strategic coaching supports successful implementation of these new actions.Coaches can use this book to: -Integrate brief strategic coaching with their current methods of working-Understand and assess current solution attempts by coachees-Support coachees to escape the cycle of problem maintenance-Adjust problem perceptions and develop new solution strategies with the coacheeThis book offers a fresh and practical take on a classic idea, making it an essential addition to the bookshelves of coaches and management leaders globally. "I wish I'd had my hands on this before - my leader clients certainly would have benefited! A highly valuable addition to the coach's toolkit."Liz Hall, Editor of Coaching at Work magazine, Author of Mindful Coaching and Coach Your Team"Engaging and practical, this book is an invaluable guide for coaches and practitioners who work with clients wishing to break free from ineffective problem-solving strategies."Dr Christiana Iordanou, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Kent; Co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching "I highly recommend this book to everyone who is interested in learning to apply the strategic approaches of Milton Erickson in coaching."Bernhard Trenkle, President ISH International Society of Hypnosis Member BOD of Milton Erickson Foundation, PhoenixAndrew Armatas is an Australian-born executive coach and psychologist with background experience in brief approaches to change and corporate mental health. A founding member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology, his expertise lies in mental training skills, suggestive techniques and brief strategic principles in corporate and coaching contexts.
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