Philippe Rosinski has co-authored the chapter “Keeping with the Times: Coaching, Culture & Positive Psychology” with Silvia King, Phek Yen Ng and Louise Lambert in “Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace” edited by Wendy-Ann Smith, Ilona Boniwell and Suzy Green.
Positive psychology promotes human flourishing, particularly by capitalizing on our strengths and by favoring the conditions of seemingly effortless performance (being “in the zone”, “in the flow”). Intercultural coaching can contribute to this field by allowing to systematically tap into the richness of alternative cultural perspectives. Positive psychology augmented with intercultural coaching enables to unleash our diverse and multifaceted human potential, allowing people to flourish across cultures and in a sustainable fashion.
Philippe Rosinski has authored the chapter “How can I take account of cross-cultural issues in my coaching?” in “Succeeding as a Coach: Insights from the Experts” edited by Jonathan Passmore.
Weaving culture into coaching and leadership is crucial, not only because cultural diversity is an integral part of our reality, but because when coaches and leaders tap into people’s intercultural potential, they promote creativity, boost performance and enable unity.