Coaching has long been a required skill for leaders, managers, trainers, consultants and business advisers. Of late, coaching has emerged as a viable, stand-alone discipline and is currently undergoing something of a revival.
This book drills-down into the practical application and execution of coaching and provides examples of conversational styles and techniques that can be adopted for the successful implementation of coaching methods.
In its entirety, this book is a thorough study of coaching in every respect. Consultants and business advisers are advised to review and develop their existing coaching skills to enable the successful implementation of their recommendations to clients. A great strength of this book is the many practical examples of interaction between coaches and their clientele, using subtle transactional analysis and NLP techniques.