Integrated Experiential Coaching: Becoming an Executive Coach

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Karnac Books, 2010 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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"Coaching is growing across the globe as a viable and useful intervention to help executives deal with the complexity they face day-to-day. In response to this increased demand, many coaches have presented their 'model' of coaching to the world of business, and a number of these have made it into print. Few are based on a rigorous development process or have provided the reader with an insight into their development.

We wanted to offer to the readers of our professional coaching series the opportunity to engage with a practitioner who had been through a journey of learning built on their experience, the literature and research.

This book meets the need we identified for a clear and rigorous account by an experienced coach of the development of their model within the scientist-practitioner framework....For our readers we believe it will provide inspiration to continue with your own journeys, and a wealth of ideas you can experiment with and apply to the benefit of your clients."
--From the Foreword by David Lane
  

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Sunny Stout Rostron is a director of the Manthano Institute of Learning (Pty) Ltd and a founding faculty member of The Coaching Centre (TCC) in Cape Town. She is also founding chair of the Working Group on a Research Agenda for Development of the Field within the Global Convention on Coaching, research advisor to the Institute of Coaching at Harvard and Founding President of the professional association Coaches and Mentors of South Africa (COMENSA). She has developed a range of international programs in the corporate, legal and education fields, and is the author of six books including "Accelerating Performance: Powerful New Techniques to Develop People and Managing Training".

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