The Coaching Manual: The Definitive Guide to the Process,


The Coaching Manual: The Definitive Guide to the Process, Principles and Skills of Personal Coaching [Read] ➪ The Coaching Manual: The Definitive Guide to the Process, Principles and Skills of Personal Coaching By Julie Starr – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This title combines an understanding of coaching principles, skills, attitudes and behaviours, along with practical guidance and a comprehensive tool kit for coaches This title combines an understanding of coaching principles, Manual: The PDF/EPUB ¿ skills, attitudes and behaviours, along with practical guidance and a comprehensive tool kit for coaches.


10 thoughts on “The Coaching Manual: The Definitive Guide to the Process, Principles and Skills of Personal Coaching

  1. Elin Elin says:

    A very thourough and interesting book on coaching Took me forever to read because I wanted to take notes on everything and really pay attention It was also a slow read due to the tendency to overexplain, for example, on page 207 In face to face situations, coaching generally takes place in a room of some sort You don t say But ultimately, the thouroughness was good and I have a much better grasp on what coaching means now, and I feel equipped to explore further whether it s something I d en A very thourough and interesting book on coaching Took me forever to read because I wanted to take notes on everything and really pay attention It was also a slow read due to the tendency to overexplain, for example, on page 207 In face to face situations, coaching generally takes place in a room of some sort You don t say But ultimately, the thouroughness was good and I have a much better grasp on what coaching means now, and I feel equipped to explore further whether it s something I d enjoy


  2. Martin Sheppard Martin Sheppard says:

    A good generic introduction to and explanation of coaching for the uninitiated The inclusion of the exercises was helpful to make the reader think about how they might take their own coaching activities forward.


  3. Manon Zannone Manon Zannone says:

    I can t stress enough how much this is an absolute must read when working in the coaching field.


  4. Iain McCormick Iain McCormick says:

    If you want to read a really comprehensive approach to coaching then this is the book to read It s excellent.


  5. Kostas Kostas says:

    Despite the repetition of some lame cliches that seem to thrive in self development books such as this for the last time we DON T only use 10% of our brain capacity, because no one really knows what the full potential of our brain is, neither is there a standard scientific measure for this potential this is a mighty fine book and probably the best possible introduction to coaching The author speaks with authority and experience and gives countless practical examples in an easy to understan Despite the repetition of some lame cliches that seem to thrive in self development books such as this for the last time we DON T only use 10% of our brain capacity, because no one really knows what the full potential of our brain is, neither is there a standard scientific measure for this potential this is a mighty fine book and probably the best possible introduction to coaching The author speaks with authority and experience and gives countless practical examples in an easy to understand and empowering language Highly recommended to anyone interested in this topic


  6. Timo Timo says:

    The best reflective textbook on coaching individuals I have come across The book has a very solid basis in both theory and practice and will benefit anyone with a sincere wish to improve his or her coaching practice For me, the book uncovered a number of not so productive aspects of my own coaching which did not make it easy or fun to read but essentially a reflective learning experience.


  7. Sanne Wurzer Sanne Wurzer says:

    Een ontzettend handig boek in de toolkit van iedere hulpverlener, en dan de coaches onder ons in het bijzonder Nuchter, praktisch toepasbaar en wat mij betreft snijdt het inhoudelijk ook hout Een minpuntje in de Nederlandse vertaling ervan staan taal en typfouten Niet heel veel, maar genoeg om storend te zijn vind ik Verder een boek om te hebben en regelmatig in te kijken als je coacht.


  8. Tomas Svitorka Tomas Svitorka says:

    Good book about coaching, worth reading Fairly basic overview although still deeper than most books on coaching out there.You will need to readthan this book if you want to be a life coach.


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