Learn to Coach: The Skills You Need to Coach for Personal and Professional Development
This is a straightforward guide for would-be coaches, for those already working in the professional development arena, and for anyone using coaching skills in their life. Written in a clear style and illustrated with case histories, the book aims to build coaching relationships that help realise the full potential of individuals and organisations.
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Preparing Yourself to be an Effective Coach
Building the Coaching Relationship and Managing
Creating the Foundation of the Coaching
The Coaching Process
Setting Yourself Up as a Coach
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