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Introduction to Coaching Skills: A Practical Guide 2ed

by Christian Van Nieuwerburgh SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2017
ISBN:
9781526413215
Format:
Ebk 232 pages
Price:
AU$50.95 NZ$52.17
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Preface
Acknowledgements
Guided tour of the book
List of videos on the Companion Website
Part I: Context
Chapter 1: First things first
Chapter 2: Becoming a coach
Part II: Key skills
Chapter 3: Listening to encourage thinking
Chapter 4: Asking powerful questions
Chapter 5: Paraphrasing and summarising
Chapter 6: Giving and receiving feedback
Part III: A conversational framework
Chapter 7: Coaching processes
Chapter 8: Beyond behaviour: exploring our thinking
Chapter 9: Bias towards the positive
Part IV: Practical tools and techniques
Chapter 10: Body language and emotional intelligence
Chapter 11: Inspiring creativity: let's talk
Chapter 12: Inspiring creativity: let's draw
Chapter 13: Inspiring creativity: let's play
Part V: Coaching way of being
Chapter 14: Being human
Chapter 15: Inspiring others
Part VI: Conclusion
Chapter 16: Reflecting on practice

The first edition of An Introduction to Coaching Skills was of tremendous value to the coaching profession as well as a broad array of teachers and consultants.  It received high praise from luminary practitioners and scholars alike.  Seldom does a book appear that offers such useful advice, practical guidelines, video and written illustrations, and scholarly grounding.  Importantly, this second edition is even better.  Nieuwerburgh has capitalized on the feedback and personal learning that have occurred since the first edition and has produced an incredibly useful and valuable resource.  It is a volume that every coach should have in his or her library.