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Research supports Co-Active Coaching as Tool for Change
Neuroscience Research Supports Co-Active Coaching as Tool for Change
This paper outlines the growing body of neuroscience research that suggests how the tools of Co-Active Coaching “profoundly help clients develop positive new neural networks, respond more calmly to stress, make choices more easily, and access much more of their creativity”, which “inevitably leads to more effective, successful and fulfilling lives.”
“We’ve known intuitively and by watching results for two decades that the Co-Active Model is an effective approach to coaching and personal and professional growth, and now we can offer scientific studies that support it,” says Karen Kimsey-House, co-founder and CEO of CTI. “Both coaches and their clients want to know that there is a scientific basis for their work together. This paper provides the opportunity to use the science of coaching to raise the bar for the whole profession and broaden the appeal for coaching.
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