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The Financial Times Guide to Business Coaching

Anne Scoular

Publisher: Pearson, 2011 , 234 pages

ISBN: 978-0-273-73444-4


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The Financial Times Guide to Business Coaching is the definitive introduction to the art and craft of successful business coaching. At its best, business coaching delivers a product that works and is addictively powerful. So what do you need to do to be a world-class business coach? Anne Scoular guides you through everything you need to know, from finding out if you've got what it takes, through the basic tools and models that really work, to the more advanced techniques that will help you get to the top of the coaching world.

Based on a tried and trusted process developed specifically for senior business leaders, and used by many of Europe’s leading business coaches, CEOs, executive and consultants, this book will help you:

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  1. Introduction: The business of coaching
  2. The coaches
  3. Do you have what it takes?
  4. Developing your coaching: first steps
  5. Building your basic coaching skills: the Big Five
  6. Building coaching skills: the different approaches
  7. Deepening coaching skills: working with individual difference
  8. Advanced coaching: from individuals to groups
  9. Advanced coaching: coaching and career transitions
  10. Advanced coaching: motivation and change
  11. Why it works
  12. Building a freelance coaching business


The Financial Times Guide to Business Coaching

by Roland Buresund last modified 2016-03-22 16:24

Rating: ******* (Good)

A very interesting book that could be used as a primer for prospective coaches. And it's GROW model I will probably use in my professional life in the future.

Well worth reading, even if there is no big revelations, but it has to be admitted that it is surprisingly open about its own drawbacks, which make you forgive a lot.

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