about this bookdeutsch english While pursuing change we tend to focus on what apparently needs be changed. Questions tend to focus on issues that should cease to be the way they are, that should emerge anew. It is uncommon to ask “What should remain the way it is?” Often this question appears neither obvious to be posed nor natural to be answered. In this thesis it is shown that pursuit with what should be preserved does not inhibit but support facilitate change in a coaching setting. This question can avoid a problem centered trance and improve disposition. Improved orientation and a reduction of unwanted side effects were shown to be likely. The answers to this question indicate what resources and capabilities might be deliberately employed to facilitate the construction of new goals. Furthermore research indicated under what circumstances which typical effects are likely, leading to recommendations in the usage of the question “What should remain the way it is?” Furthermore several suggestions are made on how to deal with this kind of intervention. It is proposed that further research be done into the issue of the appropriate transfer into the routine of coaching and everyday life.
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keywordsBewahren Change Management Coaching Orientierung Problemtrance Ressourcen Stärken Stimmung Ungewollte Nebeneffekte Veränderungsprozesse Wertschätzung Zielkonstruktion
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