Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach is the first book that brings all of these elements together to guide readers in developing their own personal model of coaching. The book begins with the foundation for executive coaching: definitions, competencies, and topics. Readers will examine the core content areas crucial in any coach's work, from engagement and goal setting to needs assessment, data gathering, feedback, and development planning--and then learn how to combine that knowledge with the unique perspective they bring to the table as individuals in order to achieve maximum coaching effectiveness. Each chapter includes a case study that brings the practice of coaching to life. Tools include charts, development plans, contracts, and more, plus ongoing discussion of the role of coaching in organizational contexts.
"Readers will examine the core content areas crucial in any coach's work, from engagement and goal setting to needs assessment, data gathering, feedback, and development planning-and then learn how to combine that knowledge with the unique perspective they bring to the table asindividuals in order to achieve maximum coaching effectiveness." - Indigo
" 'Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach'is the first book that brings all of these elements together to guide readers in developing their own personal model of coaching." - Fish Pond
Not long ago, coaching meant training athletes, performers, and students. Recently, the use of the term has been extended into the worlds of management, leadership, entrepreneurship, and performance in other domains of life. The discipline of coaching puts the center of its attention on the question of how a person can
By acting as coaches, educators help students to mature socially as well as academically, within a respectful atmosphere. In a true coaching environment, teachers and students produce a continuous flow of synergy: One creative idea sparks another, leading to motivation and engagement; students are complimented rather than reprimanded for solving problems
Everything you need to know to lead effective and engaging project-based learning! Are you eager to try out project-based learning, but don't know where to start? How do you ensure that classroom projects help students develop critical thinking skills and meet rigorous standards? Find the answers in this step-by-step guide, written
As you develop as an executive coach, you will find that your approach expands and becomes more robust.
On-the-job implementation ideas, based on discussion and brainstorming with your client, are natural next steps in helping the client make progress toward objectives.
You and the client have bonded in a professional alliance and are in alignment regarding the client’s challenges.
Your personality, formative life experiences, career history, interpersonal style, interests, notions of success, skills, and talents may all influence your approach to coaching.
The concept of a personal model of coaching is comprised of six key components that define who you are as a coach.
Ideally, your unique combination of knowledge, experience, and intuition can be woven together into a pattern that will be both similar to, and different from, other coaches.