Index

Robert Barner (Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA)
Ken Ideus (Boston University, Boston, MA, USA)

Working Deeply

ISBN: 978-1-78714-424-8, eISBN: 978-1-78714-423-1

Publication date: 22 April 2017

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Barner, R. and Ideus, K. (2017), "Index", Working Deeply, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 213-217. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78714-423-120171013

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INDEX

Abeson, R.
, 84

Accelerating Your Development as a Leader (Barner)
, 193

Advice giver
, 3–4

Agentic perspective
, 129

Always Change a Winning Team (Robertson)
, 44

Ambivalent needs, identifying and resolving
, 106–108

Amin, I.
, 164

Angola, coaching leaders in
, 181–182

Arnette, S.
, 196

The Art and Science of Mindfulness (Shapiro and Carlson)
, 66

Bandura, A.
, 129

Barner, R.
, 193

Bishop, S.
, 65

Blind spots, attending to
, 51–52

Brain Wise Bulletin
, 62

Brown, K.
, 65

Buddha’s Brain (Hanson and Mendius)
, 62

Campbell, K.
, 43

Carlson, L. E
, 66

Carney, D.
, 196, 197

Cekic, M.
, 64

Center for Positive Organizations
, 162

Clean language
, 137–139, 146

Client’s story, listening to
, 124–131

and honoring client’s voice in room
, 133–135

methodology of
, 131–133

Clients, collusion avoidance with
, 111–114

Clinging to old, leaders as
, 95–97

Coach, as model
, 69–71

see also individual entries

Confirmation bias
, 84–85, 93

Constructivism paradigm
, 1

Control, working within sphere of
, 108–111

Counseling and coaching, difference between
, 14

Creswell, D.
, 65, 66

Cross-cultural coaching and transformation possibility
, 183

Cuddy, A.
, 196, 197

Davidson, R.
, 66

Day-in-the-future-life-of exercise
, 159

Deficit-based model of coaching
, 147, 168

DeRue, S.
, 95

Developmental coaching actions

becoming self-reflective as coach and
, 74–75

giving oneself permission to be human and
, 72–74

model openness in own life and
, 75–76

own mental decompression chamber creation and
, 78–79

peer review and coaching supervision, making use of
, 76–78

Diagnostic labeling
, 82, 86, 89, 93

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most (Stone et al)
, 41–42

Dirkx, J. M.
, 8

Disorienting dilemmas
, 7

Dominant narratives
, 125–126, 141, 142, 152

Dweck, C.
, 88

Eichinger, R.
, 96

Elliot, A.
, 196

Embodied cognition
, 195–197

Emerson, R. W.
, 50

Emotional reactivity, reducing
, 60–62

Emotional self-regulation
, 66

EmpowerMap™
, 120

Empowerment, as transformational
, 34

Envisioned future self, power of
, 156

Fixed/entity mindset
, 88–89

Focused attention, developing
, 53–56

Formal coaching
, 77–78

4C Test
, 154, 169

Framing, concept of
, 104–105

Friedman, R.
, 196

Full-engagement listening, practice of
, 56

coaching questions encouraging client self-reflection and
, 57–58

meta-questions spurring deeper thinking and
, 58–59

reflective questions and meta-questions and
, 56–57

truth sayer, finding
, 59–60

Future

becoming catalyst for change
, 154–155

bringing into focus
, 155–157

creating stories of
, 151–154

guiding of client to explore selves of
, 157–158

best possible future selves journal
, 161–162

day-in-the-future-life-of exercise
, 159

photomontage
, 159–160

visual metaphors
, 158–159

organizational, construction of
, 162–164

West African CEO
, 164–168

shaping of present
, 149–151

Future-focused narrative
, 149, 168

Gandhi, M.
, 70

Geertz, C.
, 91

Gilbert, D.
, 53

Goldsmith, M.
, 144

Gollwitzer, P.
, 194

Graham, S.
, 158

Grove, D.
, 138

Growth/incremental mindset
, 88–89

Hampden-Turner, C.
, 181, 182

Hanson, R.
, 62

Harari, Y. N.
, 171

Hawking, S.
, 178

Hershfield, H.
, 156

Hicks, M. D.
, 172

Hofstede, G.
, 181, 182

Hollenbeck, G. P.
, 95

Holmes, O. W.
, 81

Horth, D. M.
, 135

How the Way We Talk Can Change the Way We Work (Kegan and Lahey)
, 130

Hung, I.
, 196

Immunity to change (Kegan and Lahey)
, 105

Implementation intentions
, 194–195

Inattentional blindness
, 54

Insight and self-reflection, encouraging
, 4–6

James, W.
, 195

Kabat-Zinn, J.
, 62, 65

Kanai, R.
, 54

Kegan, R.
, 105, 130

Keren, G.
, 104

Killingsworth, M.
, 53

King, L.
, 161

Kozai Group Inc.
, 180

Labeling
, 103

destructive power of
, 81–86

personality assessments as vehicles for
, 87–88

Labroo, A.
, 196

Lahey, L. L.
, 105, 130

Langer, E.
, 84

Lazar, S.
, 64

The Lessons of International Experience (McCall and Hollenbeck)
, 95

Live-action coaching
, 52–53

Loehr, J.
, 151

Loh, K. K.
, 54

Lombardo, M.
, 96

Lyubomirsky, S.
, 161

McCall, M.
, 96

McCall, M. W.
, 95

Mack, A.
, 54

Maister, D. H.
, 35

Mandela, N.
, 164

Manna, A.
, 64

Mendius, R.
, 62

Meta-cognitive awareness
, 29

Metaphors
, 1–2, 17, 38, 49, 76, 102, 103, 146, 162, 163, 187

montage
, 160

significance of
, 134

use in career coaching
, 135–139

visual
, 157–159, 169

Mezirow, J.
, 7, 8, 141

Mindful attentiveness
, 20–24

Mindful meditation
, 24–26, 28–29, 62–63, 78

embodied learning and
, 65–66

painful and difficult experiences confrontation and
, 64–65

from personal to organizational transformation
, 67–68

reactivity reduction within interpersonal situations
, 66–67

sustained and focused attention development and
, 63–64

Mindfulness, and external cues management
, 188–191

Mindless eating
, 191

Morgan, H.
, 144

Morgeson, F.
, 87

Mugabe, R.
, 164

Multicultural perspective, of coaching
, 171–172

access points, sharing
, 175–180

culture and coaching and
, 180–181

coaching leaders in Angola
, 181–182

global economy coaching complexities and
, 173–175

personal transformation and
, 182–185

cross-cultural coaching and transformation possibility
, 183

Multitasking and inattention, relationship between
, 54–55

Narrative interventions, conduct of
, 139

alternate storyline development and
, 140–142

help in shift of organizational narrative on client and
, 142–145

story inconsistency addressing and
, 139–140

Narrative therapy
, 99

see also individual entries

Naturally occurring events and electronic prompts
, 191–193

Neal, D.
, 189, 191

Nissley, N.
, 158

Ocean of meaning metaphor
, 1–2

Organizational narrative
, 38, 86, 123, 134, 139, 142–146

Pagnoni, G.
, 64

Palus, C. J.
, 135

Partial attention
, 21

Paul, A. M.
, 87

Payne, J.
, 104

Peer review and coaching supervision, making use of
, 76–78

Personal and organizational stories
, 122–124

Peterson, D.
, 172

Pettijohn, T., II
, 196

Photomontage
, 159–160

The Power of Story (Loehr)
, 151

Power poses
, 196–197

Problem externalization technique
, 99–100

coaching issue visualization and helping client
, 101–103

language of change and
, 103–105

problem naming and
, 100–101

Prompts, use of
, 61

Proust, M.
, 45

Psychological labeling
, 83

Push and pull, of coaching
, 147–149, 167

Reactivity
, 26–28, 31

avoiding
, 28–30

reduction, within interpersonal situations
, 66–67

Reflected best self-exercise
, 161

Reflected best-self-portrait
, 162

Re-perceiving
, 66

Roberts, L. M.
, 161

Robertson, P.
, 44

Rock, I.
, 54

Ryan, R.
, 65

Sadat, A.
, 164

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind (Harari)
, 171

Schubert, T.
, 196

Sedikides, C.
, 43

Seeking out ally process
, 89

Self, in coaching
, 51, 68, 77, 124, 183

authenticity and
, 34–38

being mindfully attentive and
, 20–23

being mindful in coaching interactions and
, 23–24

instructions for
, 25–26

mindful meditation and
, 24–25

reactivity in coaching and
, 26–28

avoiding
, 28–30

understanding
, 19–20

value lens understanding and
, 30–34

Self-awareness
, 45, 52, 56, 176

lack of
, 22

Self-discovery
, 10, 12, 20, 51, 69, 70

Self-narrative

personal
, 122

visual
, 103

Self-reflection
, 5–6, 9, 15, 43, 56, 57, 68, 71, 74–75, 103, 132, 134, 135, 187

Self-serving bias
, 43

Seligman, M.
, 149

Semple, R.
, 63

Shapiro, S.
, 66

Sheldon, K.
, 161

Smith, C.
, 162

Snyder, M.
, 85, 86

Social constructionism
, 117–118, 172

Social narrative
, 122, 123

Stelter, R.
, 122

Stone, D.
, 41–42

Subjectivity
, 19

Surface-level learning
, 46

Surface skimming
, 4

Swann, W.
, 85, 86

Sweet, P.
, 63

Taylor, E.
, 8

Three-second rule
, 60

360-degree feedback report
, 118–119, 128–129, 143–145

Transformational learning
, 47, 68, 96, 106, 113, 114, 151, 187, 188

client’s perspective
, 6–9

coach’s perspective
, 9–10

importance of
, 12–14

indecisiveness and
, 10–12

as within battlefield
, 97–98

see also Mindful meditation

Transformational moments in coaching, mindfulness of
, 47–48

awareness of
, 48–50

Trigger events, identifying
, 60–61

Trompenaars, F.
, 181, 182

The Trusted Advisor (Maister et al)
, 35

Unpacking language, and thick descriptions use
, 89–93

Valentine, E.
, 63

Wade, G.
, 7

Wandering mind syndrome
, 53

“Warts and all” summary, of coaching experience
, 77

Weinstein, N.
, 65

White, M.
, 100

Wilmuth, C.
, 197

Yap, A.
, 196

Zimbardo, P.
, 149–150