Learn all about holistic/integral coaching! If you are a professional who helps others to lead flourishing, happier lives, this book will help you become even more effective.
If you are interested in learning about effective change for yourself, this book is also for you because of its fun and easy design, playful illustrations, and interactive exercises.
The Wisdom of the Whole invites people to look through multiple windows for exploration and action. The powerful mental tools described in this book are based on critical thinking, analysis, and planning.
But we can’t stop there! The stories clients tell themselves as well as techniques such as imagery and affirmations, can help clients travel forward on a path to their goals. Ways for coaches and clients to employ intuition and the more subtle aspects of being add to the complete approach. Finding out how sense of purpose can impact motivation or shape an aspiration is also part of this model described here. The multidimensional approach enables people to move more quickly and easily toward their goals with greater authenticity, often eliminating false starts or wrong turns.
About the Author Linda Bark PhD RN is a Master Certified Coach (by the International Coach Federation) and has 20 years of coaching experience in her private practice as well as 15 years of training coaches nationwide. She currently teaches through Bark Coaching Institute, JFK University, and the National Institute of Whole Health. She also offers customized coach training programs for managers, faculty, hospitals, clinics, and healthcare organizations. Whether she is leading a medical tour to China or offering a coach training teleclass or playshop, nothng makes her happier than to co-create learning experiences that empower people and help them feel and maintain a sense of ease, fun, and fulfillment.
Author: Bark PhD, Linda