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 help other people develop new capabilities, new horizons, and new worlds of opportunity for themselves and those around them. Put this way, this book is about building relationships among people who are continuously learning about the changing environments in which they live and work, intervening in and moving to set aside ineffective and counter-productive habits, and building new skills, practices, habits, strengths, and platforms for collaborating in this ever-changing world.
"Coachingby James Flaherty, is a valuable resource for people interested in Success Coaching" Self-growth.com
Unlike many self-help books offering advice on how to improve either your career or your personal life, Coach Yourself to Win bridges the two worlds in order to help you improve your performance whether you're earning your living or living your life. It is written for the vast number of people who seek to create a
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
There are so many apparently intelligent people chasing success in the most foolhardy manner. They are manic, hyper and busy to the point of distraction. They might have gotten A’s for effort, but not for intelligence. We live in a “Success Culture”. Many people pursue success as a primary goal in
Then the coach’s mission is to find what affects behavior in a way that will bring the desired change.
Coaching fails because the coach hasn’t coordinated the beginning of the effort with an appropriate opening.
It’s also difficult for us to hear someone say he’s committed to something for which he’s taking no action.
Understanding someone in this way will allow us to keep looking for what’s missing in his ability to fulfill his intention rather than dismissing him.