Sunday, December 17, 2017

Part One of this article introduced the emerging field of Authentic Leadership and asked if Coaching Psychology can play a part in Authentic Leadership development. As authenticity is often encapsulated by the phrase ‘to thine own self be true’ Part One briefly chartered the historical study of the Self before moving on to look at the conceptual basis of authenticity itself. 

This second instalment focuses on Self-Awareness coaching specific to Authentic Leadership development. As self-awareness is one of the key constructs underlying authenticity, we propose three coaching models and place each of these techniques within the GIVE model used in Authentic Leadership research, which relate to; Goals, Identity, Values and Emotions.

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