Achieving Excellence in Your Coaching Practice: How to Run a Highly Successful Coaching Business

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 1, 2005 - Psychology - 248 pages
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What are the essential skills needed to set up and run a successful coaching practice?

Coaching is the new growth industry in the UK and coaching as a profession is increasingly becoming an attractive option for motivated professionals.

Achieving Excellence in Your Coaching Practice provides a practical and accessible guide to the business skills needed to succeed as a self-employed coach. It focuses on every aspect of setting up and developing a professional and successful coaching practice, including discussion of how to market your business, manage your resources, assess risk, and promote a professional image.

Assuming no prior knowledge or experience of running a business, this book provides an invaluable guide to the major financial, legal and practical issues involved in setting up a coaching practice. It will be welcomed by all coaches, whatever their level of experience.

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About the author (2005)

Gladeana McMahon is a leading personal development and executive coach. She is a Vice President and Fellow of the Association for Coaching and a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Stephen Palmer is Founder Director of the Centre for Coaching, London and Honorary President and Fellow of the Association for Coaching.

Christine Wilding is an independent coach and motivational trainer working in both private and corporate sectors. She is a Director of Coaching Consultancy Services.

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