Coaching for Resilience: A Practical Guide to Using Positive Psychology

  • 4h 19m
  • Adrienne Green, John Humphrey
  • Kogan Page
  • 2012

Many people are ill-equipped to deal with modern-day stressors, causing them to react as though they are being attacked. In Coaching for Resilience, Adrienne Green and John Humphrey use the principles of positive psychology to show coaches, trainers and managers how to motivate and inspire people to build greater resilience to pressure. They present seven key strategies for managing stress that are based around the awareness and understanding of the two psychological drivers that underlie all stress. With practical exercises and examples, this comprehensive resource offers an effective way to deal with stress that will enhance personal and work-related performance.

About the Authors

Adrienne Green is a psychotherapist, and she works with people suffering from severe stress, anxiety and depression. She has lectured at Lancaster University on theories of counseling and psychotherapy and on a variety of topics in the area of professional and personal development.

John Humphrey advises many leading employers on health and employment issues. He has run the healthcare functions of Procter & Gamble and the Beecham Group. He is co-founder of BMI Occupational Health, founding Managing Director of Minerva Health Management and the Chairman of Marsh Health. He is also the author of Fast Track to the Top: 10 Skills for Career Success, published by Kogan Page.

In this Book

  • Defining 'Resilience' and 'Stress'
  • The Science Bit
  • The Effects of Modern-Day Chronic Stress: (And How those Effects Undermine Resilience)
  • Managing Stress to Build Resilience
  • What You Already Know: (And Why What You Know isn't Helping You)
  • KEY 1
  • KEY 2
  • KEY 3
  • KEY 4
  • KEY 5
  • KEY 6
  • KEY 7
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