Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others
Praise for the first edition:
As interest in coaching grows, I think Flaherty's book will come to stand out as a definitive work. - Peter M. Senge
Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others proposes rigorous methods of practice and self-observation in a relationship of mutual trust, respect and freedom of expression. It will probe you to rethink and possibly undo how you relate to your clients, your partner, your staff, your friends, and how you produce long-term excellent performance in yourself.
This 2nd edition includes new chapters on working with the body and what to do when we find ourselves stuck in our coaching efforts. These chapters, have been included to expand the coaches repertory and readiness to step into wider areas of engagement with clients. As with the previous edition these chapters have annotated bibliographies at their conclusion that will assist the reader in continuing their study. The appendix also has expanded list of self-observation exercises and practices as well as additional material that can be used in assessment.
This book will act as a learning guide for new coaches and master coaches who want to challenge their methods of partnering with clients. It is also applicable to managers intending to include coaching in their developmental roles with team members.
The author has led workshops in coaching, communication, leadership, and project management for more than 12,000 people. These have included participants from many Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, FMC, Chrysler, Ernst & Young, Cargill, Levi Strauss and Coopers & Lybrand.
*New edition of a classic in the field of coaching-- 1st edition sold over 27,000 copies
*Presents the fundamentals of coaching and offers practical ways to implement coaching programs in any organization
*Revised and updated including new material on latest approaches, the effect of technology and other developments in the field
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - greencjob - LibraryThing
I found it a very interesting and inspiring read - something I'd recommend to anyone in a coaching/mentoring role Read full review
Review: Coaching: Evoking Excellence in OthersUser Review - Michael Brady - Goodreads
As I reread this text while working on my paper I came to realize it was quite useful to me and my formation as a manager who wishes to become a leader. Read full review