This textbook contains an abundance of resources for the new coach. The topics covered include: * Getting Started as a Coach * The Building Blocks of Coaching * Common Coaching * Scenarios in Ministry * Coaching Intact Teams and Groups * Creating New Awareness: Coaching on Limiting Beliefs and False Assumptions * Establishing Yourself as a Coach * Developing a Strong Personal Foundation
Brief Coaching offers a new approach to coaching by considering how the client will know when they have reached their goal, and what they are already doing to get there. The coach aims to work towards the solution rather than working away from the problem, so that the client's problem is not central to the session, but instead the coach and the client work towards the client's preferred future.
This book employs case examples and transcripts of sessions to offer guidance on:
This practical guide includes summaries and activities for the coach to do with the client and will therefore be a useful tool for both new and experienced coaches, as well as therapists branching into coaching who want to add to their existing skills.
What does a typical coaching process look like? What are the steps that lead through that process? This book examines these questions and others in a review of the current literature about executive coaching. The authors continue the discussion with a look at the themes revealed through their review and lay the groundwork for thinking about executive coaching as a process and relationship rather than just a brief "fix-it" intervention.