Succeeding as a Coach

Insights from the Experts
 
 
Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
  • erscheint ca. am 31. März 2021
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 228 Seiten
978-1-914010-26-2 (ISBN)
 
Succeeding as a Coach is aimed at coaches who have completed their training and are looking to take the next steps on their professional journey. It provides insights from expert practitioners in a uniquely concise format, with frequently asked questions discussed in bitesize chapters that allows any coach or trainee to quickly find the specific guidance they need to add new ideas to their coaching repertoire. The content is divided into five sections: Section 1 deals with training, setting up in practice, attracting business and planning sessions; Section 2 looks at starting a session and establishing the coaching relationship; Section 3 covers core skills such as reflection, listening, questioning and the coaching mindset; Section 4 explores how to manage time and close sessions; and finally Session 5 considers wider coaching issues such as supervision, personal development and developing self-awareness.
  • Englisch
  • Hove
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  • Großbritannien
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • Höhe: 234 mm
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  • Breite: 156 mm
978-1-914010-26-2 (9781914010262)

JONATHAN PASSMORE is Professor of Coaching and Behaviour Change at Henley Business School. He directs Henley's Centre for Coaching, which delivers training to more than 300 graduate students per year, and previously designed the UK's first Coaching Psychology degree programme at UEL. He has written or edited over thirty practitioner and academic books, and in 2019 was named the world's #1 coach for leadership psychology at the Thinkers50 Marshall Goldsmith Awards.
Table of Contents

Foreword (Riza Kadilar)
Introduction (Jonathan Passmore)

SECTION 1: PRE-COACHING 1. Setting up a new coaching practice; 2. Marketing a coaching business; 3. Looking after yourself; 4. Selecting a training provider; 5. Therapists as coaches; 6. Mindful preparation; 7. Helping clients prepare; 8. Fees; 9. Self-disclosure; 10. Meeting chemistry; 11. Location; 12. Coaching contracts

SECTION 2: STARTING A SESSION 13. How to start; 14. Attachment-informed relationships; 15. Compassion; 16. Enabling clients to think for themselves; 17. Referral to other professionals; 18. Cross-cultural issues; 19. Collaborative relationships; 20. Helping clients set goals

SECTION 3: THE SESSION CORE 21. Making ethical decisions; 22. Asking better questions; 23. Listening; 24. Reflection; 25. Affirmations; 26. Avoiding giving advice; 27. Using emotions; 28. Using the body; 29. Courage; 30. Ecopsychology; 31. Psychometrics; 32. When a client cries; 33. Embodying a coaching mindset; 34. Tools and techniques; 35. Primary colours approach; 36. Helping clients find a place in their system; 37. Online coaching

SECTION 4: CLOSING THE SESSION 38. How to close; 39. Managing time within and across sessions; 40. Giving and receiving feedback; 41. Using notes in coaching

SECTION 5: POST-SESSION 42. Managing personal data; 43. Reflecting on practice; 44. Supervision; 45. Selecting a supervisor; 46. Self-awareness; 47. Planning personal development; 48. Becoming a wise coach; 49. Developing an integrated approach; 50. Developing a coaching culture

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