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Excellence in Coaching, 3rd Edition

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Excellence in Coaching is the definitive guide to best practice in the coaching profession, presenting the latest thinking on key approaches and professional issues.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Praise for <span xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:epub="http://www.idpf.org/2007/ops" class="italic">Excellence in Coaching</span>
  3. Title Page
  4. Contents
  5. About the editor
  6. Contributors
  7. Foreword from the second edition
  8. Preface
  9. Acknowledgements
    1. Jonathan Passmore
  10. PART ONE    The business of coaching
    1. 01    What is coaching?
      1. Frank Bresser and Carol Wilson
      2. Coaching: the new profession
      3. Defining coaching
      4. Coaching qualities, skills and competencies
      5. Coaching, counselling, psychotherapy and mentoring
      6. The benefits of coaching
      7. References
    2. 02    Coaching within organizations
      1. Katherine Tulpa
      2. The need for the human touch
      3. Organizational coaching framework
      4. Building the business case
      5. Ensuring focus
      6. Creating alignment
      7. Contracting
      8. Delivering success
      9. References
    3. 03    Leveraging the coaching investment
      1. Katherine Tulpa and Margot Hennessy
      2. Introduction
      3. Strategic framework for leveraging external coaching
      4. Environment
      5. Defining the coaching requirements
      6. Coach selection and appointment
      7. Embedding best practice
      8. Engagement
      9. Considering external market trends
      10. Summary
      11. References
    4. 04    Setting up and running your coaching practice
      1. Alex Szabo
      2. Planning for success
      3. Setting up a coaching practice
      4. Your operations
      5. Your financial management
      6. Sales and marketing
      7. Yourself
      8. Conclusions
  11. PART TWO    Coaching models and approaches
    1. 05    Behavioural coaching – the GROW model
      1. Graham Alexander
      2. The GROW coaching model explained
      3. The GROW model
      4. When does the GROW model work best?
      5. Tools and techniques
      6. Ten key questions to guide your way
      7. References
    2. 06    Solution-focused coaching
      1. Anthony M Grant
      2. The solution-focused coaching model explained
      3. Core characteristics of solution-focused coaching
      4. When does the solution-focused approach work best?
      5. Tools and techniques
      6. Strategic overview of a solution-focused coaching intervention
      7. Ten key questions to guide your way
      8. Summary
      9. References
    3. 07    Cognitive behavioural coaching
      1. Michael Neenan
      2. The cognitive behavioural coaching model explained
      3. When does CBC work best?
      4. Tools and techniques
      5. Ten key questions to guide your way
      6. Conclusion
      7. References
    4. 08    NLP coaching
      1. Ian McDermott
      2. The NLP coaching model explained
      3. When does NLP coaching work best?
      4. Tools and techniques
      5. Ten key questions to guide your way
      6. Summary
      7. References
    5. 09    Transpersonal coaching
      1. John Whitmore and Hetty Einzig
      2. The transpersonal coaching model explained
      3. When does transpersonal coaching work best?
      4. Tools and techniques
      5. Ten key questions to guide your way
      6. Summary
      7. References
    6. 10    Appreciative coaching: pathway to flourishing
      1. Ann L Clancy and Jacqueline Binkert
      2. Introduction
      3. Shifting to the positive
      4. Moving towards ‘what’s right’
      5. Developing the Appreciative Coaching model
      6. Adopting an appreciative stance
      7. Weaving together the principles and tools
      8. Conclusion
      9. References
    7. 11    Integrative coaching
      1. Jonathan Passmore
      2. The integrative coaching model explained
      3. When does integrative coaching work best?
      4. Tools and techniques
      5. Ten key questions to guide your way
      6. References
  12. PART THREE    Coaching issues
    1. 12    Intercultural coaching
      1. Philippe Rosinski and Geoffrey Abbott
      2. Integrating culture into coaching
      3. Embracing diversity
      4. Leveraging alternative cultural perspectives
      5. The global coaching process
      6. Cross-cultural work in practice
      7. Conclusions
      8. References
    2. 13    Coaching and stress
      1. Dr M Alicia Peña Bizama and Cary L Cooper
      2. Why focus on stress?
      3. How can coaching help to manage stress?
      4. Managing stress: a comprehensive approach
      5. How can stress be prevented?
      6. References
    3. 14    Coaching ethics: integrity in the moment of choice
      1. Allard de Jong
      2. Why are ethics important in coaching?
      3. What is meant by ethics?
      4. The foundations of ethical thinking
      5. Ethical principles that guide coaching practice
      6. Modern society and ‘new ethics’
      7. Ethical standards for coaching
      8. Ethical themes and scenarios from coaching
      9. References
    4. 15    Coaching supervision
      1. Peter Hawkins
      2. What is coaching supervision?
      3. Role and purpose of supervision
      4. Similarities and differences to counselling and psychotherapy supervision
      5. The stages in a supervision session
      6. The seven-eyed coaching supervision model
      7. Supervising team coaching
      8. Training as a coaching supervisor
      9. References
    5. 16    Evaluating coaching programmes
      1. Alison Carter and David B Peterson
      2. Why evaluate?
      3. How to evaluate
      4. Pitfalls to avoid
      5. Cases in point
      6. Final thoughts
      7. References
    6. 17    Coach accreditation
      1. Diane Brennan and Alison Whybrow
      2. Introduction
      3. The case for accreditation
      4. Coach accreditation: recent history and developing trends
      5. Understanding existing and emerging professional accreditation systems in the coaching space
      6. Coaching and coaching psychology
      7. Where to from here?
      8. Conclusion
      9. References
      10. Appendix
    7. 18    Team coaching
      1. Kate Lanz
      2. The three key levels within team coaching
      3. Three core lenses for looking at team coaching effectiveness
      4. The six principles of team coaching – the ‘how’ of team coaching
      5. Six core practices for team coaching
      6. Summary
      7. References
  13. Association for Coaching
  14. Index
  15. Copyright