Best Practice in Performance Coaching: A Handbook for Leaders, Coaches, HR Professionals and Organizations

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2007 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
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Performance coaching helps individuals and organizations achieve their maximum potential, tackle challenges and reach specific goals. It leads to personal and professional development and helps to create a work/life balance.

Best Practice in Performance Coaching is both an introduction for anyone thinking of becoming or hiring a coach - whether private or corporate - and a reference guide for experienced coaches. A practical guide to the 'what' and the 'how' of performance coaching, it covers all topics from the personal and executive angle and explains the structure of a coaching relationship. There is extensive guidance on coaching techniques, models and tools as well as advice on how to train as a coach, how to run a coaching practice and how to structure coaching sessions.

Complete with worksheets and exercises, evaluations and international case studies this is a thorough guide to performance coaching.

 

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Contents

Part II Advanced coaching
107
Best Practice_App Apdf
205
Best Practice_App Bpdf
210
Best Practice_App Cpdf
216
Best Practice_App Dpdf
219
Best Practice_Resourcespdf
223
Best Practice_About uspdf
228
Best Practice_Indexpdf
231
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Page xiv - My mother always taught me never to look back in regret, but to move on to the next thing. The amount of time that people waste on failures, rather than putting that energy into another project, always amazes me.

About the author (2007)

Carol Wilson worked for Richard Branson during the early years of Virgin and founded Virgin Music Publishers. She's the first woman in the world to found her own chart topping record label (Dindisc). Carol is now Honorary Vice President and Head of Accreditation at the Association for Coaching, Managing Director of Performance Coach Training, and on the Executive committee of Sir John Whitmore's Performance Consultants International.

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