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Third Generation Coaching

Ein Plädoyer für die Weiterentwicklung einer Dialogform
  • Reinhard Stelter

Zusammenfassung

Auf der Grundlage aktueller Sozialforschung, neuer Lerntheorien und Diskurse der Personalführung entfaltet sich ein neues Verständnis von Coaching und Coaching-Psychologie.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Reinhard Stelter
    • 1
  1. 1.Coaching Psychology UnitUniversity of Copenhagen/NEXSKopenhagenDänemark

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