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Theories of Personality

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When you coach highly educated people you want to be well informed. This course gives you the academic background you need to represent the coaching profession.

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When you coach highly educated people you want to be well informed. This course gives you the academic background you need to represent the coaching profession.

Corporate leaders and executives hesitate to hire coaches that lack advanced education. That is why the most effective coaches devote time to learning the rich heritage of thought and philosophy behind the coaching profession.

Modern coaching evolved from two primary sources—sports and psychology. We owe a lot to football and other sports that have transformed motivation into a science. But we also acquired a lot of our methodology from the early pioneers in psychological thought. By becoming a student of both disciplines you will develop a deeper understanding of the process of strategic intervention.

Theories of Personality explores many of the most interesting theories that gave birth to our profession.

As you develop a clearer understanding of human nature you will learn to see the deeper patterns that make our work so effective.

This seminar brings the great figures of the 20th century to life. You will learn about the famous collaboration between William James and Wilhelm Wundt that gave birth to the field of psychology. Then we will examine the dynamic debate between Freud and Jung on the darker side of human nature. Next we will examine Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs and explore Milton Erickson’s family systems intervention. Finally we will demonstrate Carl Roger’s non-directive approach that forms the culture of Sage University.

Just a few hours together on this topic will reveal deeper meanings for the methods you use. Take this course to upgrade your professionalism as a coach.

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