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Annäherungen an den Coaching-Prozess: Eine interaktionsanalytische Betrachtung

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Dieser Beitrag beschreibt den Coaching-Prozess aus verschiedenen Perspektiven. Einerseits thematisiert er inhaltlich abzugrenzende Prozessphasen und Abläufe im Coaching und stellt andererseits Analysen zur direkten Interaktion von Coach und Klient vor. Dabei wird der Frage nachgegangen, wie der Coach die Beziehung zum Klienten positiv gestalten und dessen Erfolg im Prozess unterstützen kann. Im Fokus stehen Studien, in denen die Bedeutung verbaler und nonverbaler Botschaften für den Coaching-Erfolg systematisch auf der Grundlage von verschrifteten Coaching-Gesprächen oder Video-Aufnahmen analysiert wird.

Schlüsselwörter

  • Coaching-Prozess
  • Prozessphasen
  • Arbeitsbeziehung
  • Interaktion
  • Verbale und nonverbale Kommunikation
  • Videoanalyse

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Ianiro, P.M., Kauffeld, S. (2015). Annäherungen an den Coaching-Prozess: Eine interaktionsanalytische Betrachtung. In: Greif, S., Möller, H., Scholl, W. (eds) Handbuch Schlüsselkonzepte im Coaching. Springer Reference Psychologie . Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-45119-9_8-1

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