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The Dance of Structured Emergence

Coaching is changing, the methodology expanding. How do we balance goal-oriented techniques with space-holding for emergence?

In this conversation with Dr. David Drake, coach and founder of The Moment Institute, we explore working with narrative, structured emergence, nonverbal coaching, and the importance of post-coaching integration.

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In this podcast we talk about:

01:00 Pushing the boundaries of coaching
08:53 Getting comfortable with the unknown
15:50 What child psychology is teaching us about coaching adults
22:05 The dance of structured emergence
29:36 Working with narrative
35:45 Non-verbal coaching techniques
38:30 Integration in the world
48:30 Starting difficult conversations
53:15 Integrative development practitioner program

Resources Mentioned:

Proximal development
Attachment theory
David J. Wallin
Timothy Gallwey

About David

David Drake
David Drake

David B Drake, PhD, is the founder and CEO of the Moment Institute in the San Francisco Bay Area, whose mission is to reinvent learning & development for practitioners and clients to better meet the challenges of our time. He pioneered the field of Narrative Coaching, and he has taught coaching skills to over 10,000 leaders, managers, and professionals. He is the author of over fifty publications on narratives and coaching, including his book “Narrative Coaching; The definitive guide to bringing new stories to life”, co-editor of the SAGE Handbook of Coaching (2016) and a thought leader for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard.


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