Published as the introduction to the Special Issue of the Consulting Psychology Journal
The growing popularity of neuroscience within consulting psychology is a blend of myth, hype, and grounded empirical research. This special issue of Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research addresses recent advances, issues, and discoveries surrounding the neuroscience of coaching and consulting. To address these, the papers cover diverse topics from a variety of perspectives such as coaching, goal setting, interpersonal trust, and resilience. Each paper provides evidence-based research and practical implications for coaches, consultants, human-resources professionals, leaders, and organizations to enhance individual, team, and organizational effectiveness.