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Cognitive Behavioural Coaching for Anger at Work

Learn to manage emotions before they become destructive

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This e-book will provide you with step by step instructions demonstrating how cognitive behavioural coaching techniques can help you to learn to use your anger positively.
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This e-book on the topic of Cognitive Behavioural Coaching for Anger at Work will provide you with step by step instructions (using a real life case study) demonstrating how cognitive behavioural coaching techniques can help you to learn to use your anger positively, and manage it, so that it is constructive and not destructive.

The end goal of this e-book is to provide you with the knowledge to build self-awareness and to provide you with the CB Coaching tools and techniques for you to put into daily practice with the aim towards eventually becoming your own coach. The knock on effects of going through this process of change is that you will then be able to empower and coach down to others whose attitudes at work may be causing concern - as you once walked in their shoes.

  1. Introduction and Overview
    1. Introduction
    2. Overview of this e-book
  2. What is Cognitive Behavioural Coaching?
    1. What is Cognitive Behavioural Coaching?
    2. How does CB Coaching work?
    3. CB Coaching defined
    4. How can CB Coaching help you or your organization?
    5. Who can adopt CB Coaching for Anger at Work?
    6. How is CB Coaching different from other coaching approaches?
  3. Anger, its definition, causes & effects
    1. Definition of Anger
    2. Angry people
    3. Causes of Anger
    4. Emotions and Thoughts
    5. Physical effects of Anger
    6. Healthy Anger
  4. Link between EQ, CB Coaching & Anger
    1. What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?
    2. What are the benefits of working on your EQ?
    3. Self-Awareness
  5. Anger & the role of Assertiveness
    1. Clarity about Assertiveness
    2. Definition

About the Author

Dorothy Spry

Dorothy’s empathic approach and enthusiasm about her work has provided her with opportunities to be invited to Europe, the USA and UAE providing specialist accreditations and training. She is also a guest speaker talking to Medical and MBA students on Emotionally Intelligence – What you need besides qualifications in the workplace.

Dorothy graduated with a BSc in Psychology at Goldsmith’s University, London, in 1992, and from there she undertook an MSc in Organisational Psychology which provided her with a solid foundation of both theory and practice of how best to help organisations and the people that work there to function in a healthy and productive manner.

In 2007, Dorothy’s work in helping others was recognised by winning the UK National Training Award. She has authored several books on various topics from Psychometric Testing, Coaching, Cognitive Behavioural Coaching for Anger Management, Psychopathic Leadership – The Good, Bad and Downright Ugly and Star Performers – How Emotional Intelligence Can Enhance your Career.

As well as offering psychological insights to companies, Dorothy coaches’ leaders to find their ‘true north’ and provides emotional intelligence profiling for private individuals.  

Dorothy is based in the UK.