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The Coach's Coach

Personal Development for Personal Developers

Professional coaches and trainers, specialist consultants and coaching managers, and HR professionals.
    Paperback£36.15
    Ebook£30.12
    Print and ebook bundle£45.20

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EAN: 9781843980759
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 230x150
216 pages
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About the book

The Coach's Coach combines the vast experience of the author with that of three successful sports people: Mike Brearley, Adrian Moorhouse, and Brendan Venter. Between them they set out the tools and techniques available to coaches with solid, practical, experience-based advice on how and when to use them. They look at team coaching, executive mentoring, the role of the manager as coach and the tools and techniques that you need to ensure your success. They also advise on what is required from both the coach and coachee to make the process work.

Whether you are an experienced coach or just starting out, a specialist consultant or a coaching manager, this book will help you to become better and to enjoy it more. And ultimately, it will help you to help the people you are coaching to improve their performance and achieve the results they set out to achieve. Structured in clear, easy-to-navigate chapters that allow you to hone in on material as required, The Coach's Coach provides all the information you need to help you develop and improve your skill set.

About the authors

Alison Hardingham

Alison Hardingham is a Chartered Psychologist and Director of Yellow Dog Consulting, which she founded in 2000. Her expertise covers a range of business psychology services with an emphasis on personal, team, and leadership development. She has consulted to a range of clients including KPMG, Fujitsu, Experian, Lloyds TSB and Hachette Livre.

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Even the most experienced coach will find something of benefit from this readable book - those starting out will find lots of practical wisdom for developing their own style

Jon Stokes, Executive Coach and Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Business, Strathclyde University, UK