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Coaching Review

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Year 2015 
Volume 1/2015 
Issue 7

Values in Action as a Path Towards Eudemonic Well-being in the Coaching Process – the PERMA Model

Agnieszka Zawadzka
SWPS Uniwersytet Humanistycznospołeczny

Lidia Czarkowska
Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego

2015 1/2015 (7) Coaching Review

DOI 10.7206/cr.2081-7029.23

Abstract

The article presents the original PERMA model of coaching. Theoretical bases of the model are outlined, i.e. the Authentic Happiness Theory, along with three models devised by Martin Seligman: the pleasant life, the good (committed) life and the meaningful life, as well as his well-being theory formulated later. Authors also refer to the concept of character strengths and virtues introduced by Christopher Peterson and Martin Seligman, and propose the application of the classification of character strengths and virtues VIA (Values in Action) in the coaching process based on the PERMA model.

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Values in Action as a Path Towards Eudemonic Well-being in the Coaching Process – the PERMA Model. (2015). Values in Action as a Path Towards Eudemonic Well-being in the Coaching Process – the PERMA Model. Coaching Review, 1/2015(7), 42-58. https://doi.org/10.7206/cr.2081-7029.23 (Original work published 2015)

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“Values In Action As A Path Towards Eudemonic Well-Being In The Coaching Process – The Perma Model”. 2015. Coaching Review, vol. 1/2015, no. 7, 2015, pp. 42-58.

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“Values In Action As A Path Towards Eudemonic Well-Being In The Coaching Process – The Perma Model”. Coaching Review, Coaching Review, 1/2015, no. 7 (2015): 42-58. doi:10.7206/cr.2081-7029.23.