Adjunct faculty member, Sara Orem, PhD, of Capella University, has co-authored a book entited Appreciative Coaching: A Positive Process for Change. Research suggests people thrive when focused on human ideals, achievements, and best practices. The book uses tools such as positive questions and mindfulness to confirm a person's strengths and effect change.
Appreciative Coaching focuses on four stages: Discovery, Dream, Design and Destiny. The book is mainly written for those who can influence and bring about change.
Sara is a faculty member of Capella's Business and Technology division. She also runs her own coaching firm. She resides in Oakland, California.
Co-author Jacqueline Binkert, PhD, is an executive coach who deals with groups during times of change.
The second co-author, Ann Clancy, PhD, is president of Clancy Consultants. She has worked with community groups, organizations, and federal agencies.
Capella University was founded in 1993. It is fully accredited. Available online courses include graduate programs in business, information technology, education, human services, and psychology, and bachelor’s programs in business and information technology. There 82 graduate and undergraduate specializations and 16 certificate programs within those programs. Students represent all 50 states, 56 countries and total more than 17,900.
If interested in a distance learning degree, check out Capella.edu or call 1-888-CAPELLA (227-3552).
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