PUBLICATIONS

David B. Drake, PhD

 

Bachkirova, Tatiana, Spence, Gordon, & Drake, David (2016). Introduction. In Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence, & David Drake (Eds.), SAGE handbook of coaching (pp. 1-20). London, UK: Sage Publications.

Callahan, Shawn, & Drake, David B. (2008). Three journeys: A narrative approach to successful organizational change. In. Retrieved from www.anecdote.com.au/archives/2008/05/new_whitepaper_1.html

Corrie, Sarah, Drake, David B., & Lane, David A. (2010). Creating stories for complex times. In Sarah Corrie & David Lane (Eds.), Constructing stories, telling tales: A guide to formulation in applied psychology (pp. 320-352). London, UK: Karnac.

Drake, David B. (1996). Meeting magic. San Anselmo, CA: Orca Knowledge Systems.

Drake, David B. (2001, January). Coaching vs. mentoring: What they are and why they matter in Head Start. Region X Newsletter: U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, 1-2.

Drake, David B. (2002). Becoming a reflexive practitioner: Navigating psychodynamic issues in working with clients and their systems. Fielding Graduate University. Santa Barbara CA.

Drake, David B. (2003). How stories change: A narrative analysis of liminal experiences and transitions in identity. (dissertation), Fielding Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara.

Drake, David B. (2004). The art of coaching: A comprehensive guide to coaching skills for early childhood managers and professionals. Guidebook. Catalyst Communications, Inc. 

Drake, David B. (2004). Creating third space: The use of narrative liminality in coaching. In Irene Stein, Francine Campone, & Linda J. Page (Eds.), Second ICF Coaching Research Symposium (pp. 50-59). Quebec City, Canada: International Coaching Federation.

Drake, David B. (2004). Creating third space: The use of narrative liminality in research and practice. Paper presented at the Narrative Matters Conference, Fredericton, Canada.

Drake, David B. (2004). Once upon a time: Depression as an expression of untold narratives. Paper presented at the Narrative Matters Conference, Fredericton, Canada.

Drake, David B. (2005). Becoming and being a Ph.D.: Narratives, identity, and rites of passage. Paper presented at the Fielding Institute: Winter Session, Santa Barbara, CA.

Drake, David B. (2005). Creating third spaces: The use of narrative liminality in organizational coaching. Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Drake, David B. (2005). A framework for coaching constituencies and research. Strategic planning document. Catalyst Communications, Inc. Portland, OR

Drake, David B. (2005). Narrative coaching: A psychosocial method for working with clients' stories to support transformative results. Paper presented at the Second Australia Conference on Evidence-Based Coaching, Sydney, Australia.

Drake, David B. (2007). The art of thinking narratively: Implications for coaching psychology and practice. Australian Psychologist, 42(4), 283 – 294.

Drake, David B. (2007). An integrated approach to coaching: The emerging story in a large professional services firm. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations, 5(3), 22-35.

Drake, David B. (2007). A manifesto on the future of coaching: Critical questions for a global conversation. Retrieved from http://www.coachingcommons.org/inventing-the-future-of-coaching/manifesto-on-the-future-of-coaching/

Drake, David B. (2008). Dynamisk evidens: En relational opfattelse af viden og expspertise inden for coaching. In Kim Gørtz & Annette Prehn (Eds.), Coaching i perspektiv (pp. 269-287). Copenhagen: Hans Reitzel Publishers.

Drake, David B. (2008). Finding our way home: Coaching’s search for identity in a new era. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 1(1), 15-26.

Drake, David B. (2008). Thrice upon a time: Narrative structure and psychology as a platform for coaching. In David B. Drake, Diane Brennan, & Kim Gørtz (Eds.), The philosophy and practice of coaching: Issues and insights for a new era (pp. 51-71). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Drake, David B. (2008). The time to dance is now: Moving between the deeply personal and the profoundly global in coaching. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations(2), 34-49.

Drake, David B. (2009). Coaching and the freedom to learn: A conversation with Tim Gallwey and John Whitmore. International Journal of Coaching in Organizations(1), 38-53.

Drake, David B. (2009). Coaching is dead. Long live coaching! International Journal of Coaching in Organizations(1), 138-150.

Drake, David B. (2009). Evidence is a verb: A relational view of knowledge and mastery in coaching. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 7(1), 1-12.

Drake, David B. (2009). Identity, liminality, and development through coaching: An intrapersonal view of intercultural sensitivity. In Michel Moral & Geoff Abbott (Eds.), The Routledge companion to international business coaching (pp. 61-74). London, UK: Routledge.

Drake, David B. (2009). Narrative coaching. In Elaine Cox, Tatiana Bachkirova, & David Clutterbuck (Eds.), The complete handbook of coaching (pp. 120-131). London, UK: Sage.

Drake, David B. (2009). Using attachment theory in coaching leaders: The search for a coherent narrative. International Coaching Psychology Review, 4(1), 49-58.

Drake, David B. (2010). What story are you in? Four elements of a narrative approach to formulation in coaching. In Sarah Corrie & David Lane (Eds.), Constructing stories, telling tales: A guide to formulation in applied psychology (pp. 239-258). London, UK: Karnac.

Drake, David B. (2011). A narrative approach to coaching. In Leni Wildflower & Diane Brennan (Eds.), The handbook of knowledge-based coaching: From theory to practice (pp. 271-278). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Drake, David B. (2011). Using the five elements of mastery to develop ourselves as supervisors. Paper presented at the ANSE Summer Institute, Stavanger, Norway.

Drake, David B. (2011). What do coaches need to know? Using the Mastery Window to assess and develop expertise. Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research & Practice, 4(2), 138-155.

Drake, David B. (2012). Moving from good to great: A narrative perspective on strengths. Paper presented at the Positive2012 Conference, Wollongong, Australia. http://www.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@gsb/documents/doc/uow122223.pdf.

Drake, David B. (2014). Narrative coaching. In Elaine Cox, Tatiana Bachkirova, & David A. Clutterbuck (Eds.), The complete handbook of coaching (2nd ed., pp. 117-130). London, UK: Sage.

Drake, David B. (2014). Three windows of development: A postprofessional perspective on supervision. International Coaching Psychology Review, 9(1), 36-48.

Drake, David B. (2015). Narrative coaching: Bringing our new stories to life. Petaluma, CA: CNC Press.

Drake, David B. (2016). Creating moments of meeting in coaching. Paper presented at the Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference, Boston, MA.

Drake, David B. (2016). Working with narratives in coaching. In Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence, & David Drake (Eds.), SAGE handbook of coaching (pp. 291-309). London, UK: Sage.

Drake, David B. (2016). Your guide to technical storytelling. Dialogue, 48-49.

Drake, David B. (2017). Using attachment theory to develop coaching capabilities in managers and leaders. Paper presented at the Consulting psychology conference: The next wave of leadership, Seattle, WA.

Drake, David B. (2017). Using the four gateways to tell new stories and make new choices. The Coaching Psychologist, 13(1), 22-26.

Drake, David B. (2018). Creating zones of proximal development in coaching. The Coaching Psychologist, 14(1), 42-47.

Drake, David B. (2018). Narrative coaching. In Elaine Cox, Tatiana Bachkirova, & David A. Clutterbuck (Eds.), The complete handbook of coaching (pp. 109-123). London, UK: Sage Publications.

Drake, David B. (2018). Narrative coaching: The definitive guide to bringing new stories to life (2nd ed.). Petaluma, CA: CNC Press.

Drake, David B. (2019). Using integrative development to create a coaching culture in a professional services firm. In Robert G.  Hamlin, Andrea D. Ellinger, & Jenni Jones (Eds.), Evidence-based initiatives for organizational change and development (pp. 506-514). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Drake, David B. (2021). Narrative coaching. In J. Passmore (Ed.), The coaches’ handbook: The complete practitioner guide for professional coaches (pp. 257-266). London, UK: Routledge.

Drake, David B. (2021). Rethinking our work with leaders: Using developmental threshold zones in coaching. Journal of Leadership Studies, 14(4), 50-59.

Drake, David B., & Brennan, Diane. (2008). Grundlag for häb: Kritiske samtalar om coachingens fremtod (Grounds for hope: Critical conversations on the future of coaching). In Kim Gørtz & Annette Prehn (Eds.), Coaching i perspektiv (Coaching in perspective) (pp. 326-344). Copenhagen: Hans Reitzels Publishers.

Drake, David B., Brennan, Diane, & Gørtz, Kim (Eds.). (2008). The philosophy and practice of coaching: Issues and insights for a new era. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Drake, David B., & Lanahan, Brian. (2007). The story-driven organization. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 36-46.

Drake, David B., & Pritchard, James. (2016). Coaching and the development of organisations. In Tatiana Bachkirova, Gordon Spence, & David Drake (Eds.), SAGE handbook of coaching (pp. 159-175). London, UK: Sage.

Drake, David B., Steckler, Nicole A., & Koch, Marianne J. (2004). Information sharing in and across government agencies:  The role and influence of scientist, politician, and bureaucrat subcultures. Social Science Computer Research, 22(1), 67-84.

Drake, David B., & Stelter, Reinhard. (2014). Narrative coaching. In Jonathan Passmore (Ed.), Mastery in coaching: A complete psychological toolkit for advanced coaching (pp. 65-96). London, UK: Kogan Page.

Drake, David B., & Stober, Diane R. (2005). The rise of the postprofessional: Lessons learned in thinking about coaching as an evidence-based practice. Paper presented at the Australia Conference on Evidence-based Coaching, Sydney, Australia.

Drake, David B., & Wycherley, Ian M. (2013). Thresholds: Navigating identity work and play for managers in transition. working paper.

Moore, Margaret, Drake, David B., Tschannen-Moran, Bob, Campone, Francine, & Kauffman, Carol. (2005). Relational flow: A theoretical model for the intuitive dance. In Francine Campone & John Bennett (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third ICF Coaching Research Symposium (pp. 79-91). San Jose, CA: International Coach Federation.

Stober, Dianne R., Wildflower, Leni , & Drake, David B. (2006). Evidence-based practice: A potential approach for effective coaching. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 4(1), 1-8.

 

(Drake, 2022a) (Drake, 2022b, 2023)

Drake, David B. (2022a). Using developmental threshold zones to accelerate clients’ growth. The Coaching Psychologist, 18(1), 37-43.

Drake, David B. (2022b). What is Integrative Development?  Retrieved from https://www.themomentinstitute.com/blog/what-is-integrative-development

Drake, David B. (2023). Narrative coaching. In Elaine Cox, Tatiana Bachkirova, & David A. Clutterbuck (Eds.), The complete handbook of coaching (4th ed., pp. 120-131). London, UK: Sage