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The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE by Diane Brennan, Leni Wildflower

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DIALOGUE FROM A COMMUNICATION PERSPECTIVE: PEARCE AND CRONEN

Communication is considered by some as central in understanding much of what happens to and between individuals, families, groups, and societies, and as such should be of interest to all those in the helping professions. Coordinated management of meaning (CMM) helps explain how people coordinate their interactions and, as a consequence, create meaning and action. CMM provides a framework for coaches to understand their client’s world from a communication perspective. Initially developed by W. Barnett Pearce and Vernon Cronen (1980), both professors of communication, CMM has evolved since the mid-1970s. The basic premise of CMM is that people are doing something each time they are communicating ...

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