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Coaching and Leading as Stewards for Sustainability

  • Lloyd Raines

Abstract

COACHING, LIKE LEADING, lends itself to endless innovations and evolution. The evolution of leadership has covered a lot of territory— Theory X, Theory Y, situational, values-driven, emotionally intelligent, and Level 5 leadership, among others. Likewise, coaching has evolved over time, including performance-based, behavioral, cognitive, systems thinking, neurolinguistics, emotional intelligence, somatic, and holistic coaching, to name a few prominent ones. One of the beauties of evolutionary biology is that in any of its forms it builds on what is, innovates, experiments, and evolves. It’s nature’s gift to life—continual awareness, feedback, learning, and experimentation.

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