Co-active Coaching: New Skills for Coaching People Toward Success in Work and Life

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Davies-Black Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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The first edition of Co-Active Coaching helped define the professional field of coaching and set the stage for what has become a cultural and business phenomenon. Once considered a niche specialty - or applying only to sports teams - coaching is now one of the fastest-growing professions in the world and a growing communications style adopted by leaders and professionals in nearly every walk of life. In this much-anticipated new edition, this pioneering co-author team expands the scope of their original coaching model with dozens of enhancements that reflect today's realities: over 35 interactive checklists, questionnaires, tools, updated terminology, and a wide-ranging set of new coaching examples drawn from nearly a decade's worth of first-hand experience with thousands of coaching trainees and clients worldwide. New in the 2nd edition is a CD containing real-life coaching dialogues and forms from the tool kit.
 

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I know several of the authors of this volume. I am a Successful CoActive Coach. Prior to being delivered by the hand of a power greater than myself I was a Certified Public Accountant and had my own ... Read full review

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Contents

PARTI
1
PART II
19
PART III
107
CoActive Coaching Principles and Practices
125
Client Process
155
Integration Application and Vision
171
The Coachs Toolkit
189
Organizational Impact
273
Ethics and the Professional Coach
289
About the Authors
303
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Laura Whitworth, Karen Kimsey-House, and Henry Kimsey-House are internationally recognized pioneers in the coaching field and cofounders of The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), one of the world's largest coach training organizations providing a highly regarded certification program. Phillip Sandahl is a senior faculty member of CTI and cofounder of Team Coaching International. The Co-Active Coaching model has captured the imagination of thousands of managers, leaders, and coaches. Discover more about how co-activity can serve you at www.thecoaches.com

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