|The Coaching Handbook: An Action Kit for Trainers & Managers|
|by Sara Thorpe and Jackie Clifford||ISBN:074943810x|
|Kogan Page © 2003|
Packed with practical information, case studies and exercises, this all-inclusive book offers a straightforward and practical process for coaching others.
|Table of Contents|
|The Coaching Handbook”An Action Kit For Trainers & Managers|
|Part 1 - The Coaching Process|
|Chapter 1||-||What is Coaching?|
|Chapter 2||-||Learning Theories|
|Chapter 3||-||Introducing the Coaching Model|
|Chapter 4||-||Job description, Skills and Qualities of a Coach|
|Chapter 5||-||Preparing to Coach|
|Chapter 6||-||Stage 1: Clarifying Coaching Needs and Goals|
|Chapter 7||-||Stage 2: Agreeing Specific Development Needs|
|Chapter 8||-||Stage 3: Formulating a Detailed Plan for Coaching|
|Chapter 9||-||Stage 4: Doing a Task or Activity|
|Chapter 10||-||Stage 5: Reviewing Activities and Planning Improved Performance|
|Chapter 11||-||Stage 6: Ending the Coaching Relationship|
|Chapter 12||-||Third-party Initiated Coaching|
|Part 2 - Case Studies|
|Part 3 - Activities and Exercises|
|Activities and Exercises|
|References and Further Reading|
|List of Figures|
|List of Sidebars|
Coaching is proving itself to be the most popular and most effective technique in the field of learning and development. Managers are constantly being reminded that coaching is an important part of their role in getting the best from staff, while trainers are increasingly being called upon to coach individuals in a variety of aspects of both work and life. This one-stop -shop of a book offers everything readers need to be able to harness this powerful and successful technique.
Part 1 provides a detailed and clearly structured step-by-step approach, which will help anyone to develop the ability to coach others. Importantly however, as well as helping to develop the skills of coaching, the authors provide valuable guidance on:
Part 2 provides a range of real life case studies from a variety of commercial and non-commercial settings that will help you to decide how coaching can best be tailored to your own organization. The final part of the book contains detailed practical exercises that can be used in a variety of settings. Each of these individual elements combine to provide the definitive coaching handbook.
About the Authors
Both Sara Thorpe and Jackie Clifford are trainers with a wealth of experience drawn from a wide range of organization. There are also the authors of the highly regarded book Dear Trainer: Dealing with Difficult Problems in Training , also published by Kogan Page.
The Coaching Handbook ”An Action Kit For Trainers & Managers
Sara Thorpe & Jackie Clifford
First published in Great Britain and the United States in 2003 by Kogan Page Limited
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Sara Thorpe and Jackie Clifford, 2003
The right of Sara Thorpe and Jackie Clifford to be identified as the authors of this work has been asserted by them in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
ISBN 0 7494 3810 X
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Typeset by JS Typesetting Ltd, Wellingborough, Northants
Printed and bound in Great Britain by Clays Ltd, St Ives plc
We would like to thank all those around us who have supported us as we wrote this book. Special thanks go to Geoff, George, Majid, Claire and Peter for their patience, especially in the latter stages. We would also like to say ˜thank you to all those who contributed the case studies in Part 2.