For professional coaches who want to increase their proficiency as well as those interested in integrating coaching skills into their consulting practice.
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A selection of the Doubleday Executive Program book club. Foreword by John Whitmore, author of Coaching for Performance.
Discover the technqiues needed to transform your consulting skills into those required for professional and personal coaching--the hottest new profession in organizational consulting!
"Capture the wisdom of co-active coaching with this fine book...a must-read if you want your practice to thrive into the next century."--Richard J. Leider, Founder of The Inventure Group; author of The Power of Purpose and Repacking Your Bags
"Co-Active Coaching changes who people are at work. This book describes the pragmatic skills needed to create value alignment and high performance around workplace satisfaction and personalized customer service."--Don Semmler, Market General Manager, Marriott International, Inc.
"Co-Active Coaching breaks new and important ground in the field of coaching. It penetrates to the heart of the coaching process, enabling readers to discover how they can tap into the true power of coaching."--David B. Peterson, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Individual Coaching Services, Personnel Decisions International; coauthor of Leader as Coach
"I am a better manager, a more powerful leader, and a more understanding person as a result of co-active coaching. This book is a desperately needed prescription for those who want to play a bigger game."--David Balser, Ph.D., Director, Corporate Environment, British Columbia HydroFrom the Inside Flap:
The coaching profession is on the rise. Recent surveys have shown that more and more executives and managers are seeking coaching for increased self-awareness, a more balanced life, better goal setting, and less stress. Do you have what it takes to be the coach these individuals are looking for?
Written by three leading authorities in the field of professional coaching, Co-Active Coaching offers a new model of practice for coaches as well as for all those who want to integrate coaching into their consulting practice. Authors Laura Whitworth, Henry Kimsey-House, and Phil Sandahl describe the principles and components of co-active coaching, a ground-breaking technique founded on interactive participation and collaboration, and thoroughly examine the skills needed for practice. With over two dozen instructive coaching dialogues and examples, eighteen skill-building exercises to develop co-active coaching techniques, and a comprehensive coach's toolkit, this hands-on reference gives you the critical foundation and practical guidance you need to succeed as a professional coach.
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