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Mastering Coaching

Author : Max Landsberg
ISBN : 9781782831341
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 31.58 MB
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Coaching is one of the most sought-after leadership skills - vital for anyone who wants to develop a team of people who will perform effectively, but are also motivated and relish working together. It's also a dynamic discipline which, in recent years, has developed and grown to embrace theory and practice from a wide range of other disciplines, frameworks and models. Mastering Coaching starts by asking what skills an effective coach must now possess to boost the performance of their coachees. In response, it summarises the most important research in areas such as neuroscience, sports psychology and mindfulness, positive psychology, mastery and goal-setting and offers a clear, simple and practical guide to how this new thinking can help coaches and managers to develop their own coaching practice. Written by Max Landsberg, executive coaching and professional development expert and author of the perennial bestseller The Tao of Coaching, Mastering Coaching goes beyond the basics of coaching by providing insights which offer a proven route map to coaching success. Practical and jargon-free, the book will equip readers with the techniques and tools necessary to take their coaching to the next level.
Category: Self-Help

Mastering Coaching And Supervision

Author : Madeline Hunter
ISBN : 0803963157
Genre : Education
File Size : 61.70 MB
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This practical volume offers administrators and teacher leaders advice on how to maximize the benefit of staff development programmes. The authors address three challenges: How and what trainers should observe in a classroom; how they should analyze these observations; and how they can translate observations into feedback which will encourage teachers to enhance their professional effectiveness.
Category: Education

Mastering Executive Coaching

Author : Jonathan Passmore
ISBN : 9781351244657
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.24 MB
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This book aims to enrich the knowledge and toolkit of executive coaches and help them on their development path towards mastery. Edited by three leading practitioners, it brings together the expertise of an international range of Master Coaches, and provides evidence-based practical chapters across a broad range of topics, including contracting, ethical dilemmas, coaching board members and non-executive directors, and the use of psychometrics. Mastering Executive Coaching will be essential reading for executive coaches, consultants and trainers who are looking to develop their practice. It will also be highly relevant for Masters-level students of coaching and coaching psychology.
Category: Business & Economics

Your Coach In A Book

Author : Robert A. Hargrove
ISBN : 9780787971281
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 78.6 MB
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Coaching has proven to be one of the most power and effective ways for leaders to develop and improve their performance. Yet working one-on-one with a coach is not always possible. If you want the experience of masterful coaching, Your Coach (In a Book) provides a time-efficient and affordable solution. Based on the authors’ highly successful Masterful Coaching approach, Your Coach (In a Book) is designed to help you master your trickiest leadership, business, and career challenges. Throughout, master-level coaches Robert Hargrove and Michel Renaud engage the reader in a “coaching conversation” about your most important goals, pivotal decisions, bothersome issues, and dilemmas. Your Coach (In A Book) simulates the experience of working with a personal coach. drawing on thousands of hours of coaching conversations. It gives you the insights you need to set aspirational goals, master the corporate chessboard, and create new openings for action where you are stuck or ineffective.
Category: Business & Economics

Mastering The Mental Side Of Coaching

Author : Ernest Solivan
ISBN : 9780615172347
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 66.76 MB
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Coaches will spend hours working on strategies for an upcoming game, but what do they do to mentally prepare for game day? What do they do to insure that the decisions they make during competition best supports their team in winning the game?Mastering The Mental Side Of Coaching is a book specifically written for the mental side of coaching. This remarkable book will show you step-by-step how to mentally prepare for game day so that you are in a mental space that allows you to coach your best. It will also help you minimize and/or eliminate those mental errors during competition that adversely affects the outcome.It is said that coaching and athletics is 95% mental and 5% physical. When you have finished reading Mastering The Mental Side Of Coaching you will understand why coaching is 100% mental.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Coaching For Commitment

Author : Cindy Coe
ISBN : 9781118717073
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 66.68 MB
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This new, third edition of the best-selling Coaching for Commitment is based on the groundbreaking coaching work of the late Dennis C. Kinlaw. In this thoroughly revised and updated edition the authors, Cindy Coe and Amy Zehnder clearly show that coaching is a proven strategy for improving performance in today’s environment of intense competitiveness for total customer satisfaction, continuous improvement, and the drive to deliver superior products and services. This book includes the most current coaching strategies and methodologies and provides information on the latest definitions of what coaching is and ways to succeed at coaching. The authors take Kinlaw’s concept of tying coaching and commitment one step further and make commitment to action part of a new coaching model. Coaching for Commitment offers a practical, how-to guide to coaching for anyone (no matter what their skill level) who wants to hone their coaching skills for a range of circumstances and using a variety of methods--face-to-face, with a virtual team, on the fly, by phone, or e-mail. Coaching for Commitment is filled with easy to use tools, illustrative examples, and sample coaching conversations that clearly show how to use the coaching process, understand the underlying model, and develop the needed skills.
Category: Business & Economics

Coaching For Rational Living

Author : Michael E. Bernard
ISBN : 9783319740676
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 71.77 MB
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This eminently useful guide presents an up-to-date framework for Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching (RE-CBC), from basic concepts, techniques, and applications to evidence of how and why this versatile method works. It details how RE-CBC synthesizes the rational thinking, cognitive disputing, and semantic training traditions of RE and CB therapies into coaching strategies for solving problems or furthering personal development. The book’s sections on process and techniques demonstrate the flexibility of the method as used in a variety of settings toward a gamut of purposes, illustrating Albert Ellis’ central goal of long-term happiness through rational living. And specialized chapters offer applications of RE-CBC to familiar coaching domains (life, health, family, motivation) as well as to the complex worlds of business and organizations. Included in the coverage: · Coaching for rational living: rational-emotive, cognitive-behavioral perspectives. · Psychological blockers to successful coaching outcomes. · Enhancing positive psychology coaching practice. · Assessment, case formulation, and intervention models. · A step-based framework for coaching practice. · Plus: applications of Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Coaching, including motivational, parent/family, workplace stress management, organizational change, school success, and sports performance. Coaching for Rational Living is a robust practice-building resource for coaches, psychologists, counselors, and health professionals, particularly mental health practitioners who use rational-emotive and cognitive-behavioral therapy and coaching.
Category: Psychology

Cognitive Behavioural Coaching

Author : Michael Neenan
ISBN : 9781351188531
Genre : Psychology
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Michael Neenan clearly and accessibly introduces the 30 Distinctive Features of cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC), an approach which applies the principles of CBT to coaching. Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Distinctive Features sets out the key theoretical and practical features of CBT and discusses how they integrate into the generic model of coaching. The book covers the four key elements in developing a coaching relationship, provides psychological and practical problem-solving models, shows how to deal with stuck points in coaching and identifies which individuals are unsuitable for CBC. As well as providing research evidence to support the effectiveness of CBC, the book demonstrates the smooth transition of CBT into CBC, and coach–coachee dialogues are interspersed throughout the text to show CBC in action. Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Distinctive Features will be particularly useful to CBT therapists interested in adding coaching to their practice. It will also appeal to coaches in practice and in training and other professionals in coaching roles seeking an effective and straightforward coaching model.
Category: Psychology

Mastering Mentoring And Coaching With Emotional Intelligence

Author : Patrick E. Merlevede
ISBN : 1904424082
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70.56 MB
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Following a qualitative survey, the authors of this title identified key components of both mentoring and coaching and the need to clarify the similarities and differences between them. This book is the result of revisiting the origins of these disciplines, which has led to some unexpected conclusions.
Category: Business & Economics

Self Efficacy In Sport

Author : Deborah L. Feltz, Ph.D.
ISBN : 0736059997
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 89.30 MB
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With this book, students, researchers, and practitioners now have a go-to reference on efficacy research packed with psychological strategies for helping athletes and coaches overcome specific weaknesses. Self-Efficacy in Sport - the first book devoted entirely to this important topic - compiles over 30 years of burgeoning self-efficacy research into a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis. Written by three eminent researchers in the field, it introduces theory-based and research-tested guidelines and recommendations for designing, implementing, and evaluating interventions to improve self-efficacy, yet it remains easy for readers to find research and interventions that fit their needs. An annotated bibliography allows readers to quickly and critically evaluate all the self-efficacy research cited in the book, which prevents this text from becoming simply a long literature review. Practitioners will be able to put research into practice to serve clients, and students and researchers will be challenged to think critically about the subject and chart the course for new directions in research.
Category: Sports & Recreation