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PÓS GRADUAÇÃO EM GESTÃO

COACHING
ANDREIA CARDOSO

COMPORTAMENTO ORGANIZACIONAL
GAIA OUTUBRO DE 2014

Índice

Índice ................................................................................................................. III Índice de figuras ................................................................................................. V 1. Introdução .................................................................................................... 1 2. Coaching...................................................................................................... 3 3. Benefícios: ................................................................................................... 3 4. Tipos de Coaching ....................................................................................... 4 4.1 Coaching de Negócios .............................................................................. 5 4.2 Coaching executivo .................................................................................. 5 4.3 Coaching pessoal ou de vida (life coaching) ................................................ 6 4.4 Coaching de Liderança.............................................................................. 7 5. Como funciona o coaching? ........................................................................ 8 6. Conceitos-chave do coaching: ..................................................................... 9 7. Etapas metodológicas do coaching: .......................................................... 11 8. Como pode ser feito o Coaching? ............................................................. 12 9. Ferramentas de Coaching ......................................................................... 13 10. O futuro do Coaching ................................................................................. 20 11. Conclusão…...

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