This is a seminal book on coaching, it’s been over 10 years since I first read Masterful Coaching but it remains a tour de force despite so many publications since. I am indebted to Robert for endorsing my book, however, the greatest gift he gave me was the energy and guidance for coaching when I set out with his book tucked under my arm during my coach training days.
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I hope over the last few months you’ve spotted my latest online course – It’s Not About The Coach – 3 part INTRODUCTION. Moreover, I hope you’ve noticed that this is totally free of charge at the time of writing!! So if you haven’t done so already please download the course here, before I change my mind.
To ensure that people get the most from coaching this course covers the first three chapters of my book – authenticity, change and emotions.
It was an absolute privilege to research, write and publish my first book. I was passionate about breaking new ground in the coaching arena, as well as allowing some of my preferences to flourish. I am very aware that the book operates with a strong personal narrative. Sometimes cryptic, poetic, and intuitive. So I think I have probably got those bases covered.
Over the past 12 months I have been busy developing another approach to the book. This time it’s highly
The GROW coaching model is probably one of the most widely recognised coaching models, and rightly so as it is simple, accessible and far-reaching if need be. The G (that stands for goals) does however sometimes place too much emphasis on this area at the start of a coaching relationship. If you are being coached then an awareness of your goals is certainly worth exploring, however, it is not the be all and end all when you start.
Instead let the