Una experiencia de coaching en estudiantes universitarios

Mª Isabel Ruiz Fernández, Joan Boada-Grau, Enrique Merino Tejedor, Pilar Ficapal-Cusí

Resumen


El coaching es un proceso de crecimiento que se ha expandido a numerosos ámbitos. Desde una perspectiva teórica el coaching tiene tres grandes líneas teóricas o escuelas: Norteamericana (Leonard), europea (Gallwey y Whitmore) y sudamericana (Flores, Echeverría, Olalla y Maturana).Un coach eficaz tiene empatía, genera confianza, es profesional y utiliza metodologías. Finalmente, se describe una experiencia en el aula, los alumnos viven un proceso de coaching.


Palabras clave


Coaching; coaching académico; desarrollo; crecimiento

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