Your Total Coach: 50 ideas for inspiring personal and professional growth

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Infinite Ideas Limited, Jul 1, 2010 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Over the past decade the popularity of coaching has mushroomed in the business world. It is the fastest growing sector within the training and development world. Coaching is becoming established as a key tool for managers and consultants alike. Managers in organisations are also expected to be effective leaders and performance-focused coaches. In the consultancy world, the number of external coaches has grown exponentially. Outside the corporate world more people are turning to life coaches to help them resolve issues in their lives and achieve their goals. Your Total Coach is a book about how to become a better coach, for ambitious team leaders and professional coaches alike.

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About the author (2010)

Keith Nelson learned what not to do when presented with many opportunities. As a result, he gained a wealth of diverse experience and a keen insight on how to reverse engineer a failed outcome into a process for success. Nelson completed his educational background with majo s in Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts, a bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology, and a master's degree in Education and is currently working toward his Ph.D in Health Psychology. His enthusiasm to explore new opportunities led him through an interesting assortment of careers, including an insurance claims representative, small-business owner and entrepreneur, website designer, personal trainer, natural bodybuilder, Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, teacher, coach and author. Through this assorted background he has gained the experience necessary to make him an expert in the area of recognizing and dissecting various opportunities.

As DEA and FBI Special Agents, the authors received training to use fact-based interviewing techniques and investigative analyzing skills. They applied these same skills to break down missed opportunities to identify what went wrong and how it could have been corrected. Through analyzing their personal experiences and interviewing other people, the authors determined common facts of failure and created an outline of skills and techniques for success, which is presented in this straightforward informational book.

Nelson and Rienzi believe that their knowledge gained through multiple missed opportunities can guide others through their decision-making processes so that they can seize life-changing opportunities. The authors are eager to share their experiences and are excited for readers to gain invaluable benefits that will help them improve their lives, reach their goals, and live out their dreams.

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