A Coach's Guide to Emotional Intelligence is agroundbreaking book that combines the topics of coaching andemotional intelligence in a down-to-earth resource for coaches,facilitators, and consultants. The authors, James Bradford Terrelland Marcia Hughes 'two experts in the field of emotionalintelligence training offer a number of elegant solutions that helpcoaches and their clients develop the authentic emotional skillsneeded to meet the challenges of today's increasingly complexworld. The book clearly shows how EI coaching can be applied withinorganizations and provides a solid coaching method for use withleaders in business settings. The book outlines fivehighly-effective strategies for developing influential leaders.
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About the Author
Marcia Hughes practiced law for over 20 years and is president of Collaborative Growth, L.L.C., a Colorado-based coaching and consulting firm. She is a certified EQi trainer and holds a Masters in Psychology from the Universityof Colorado at Denver.
James Terrell is vice president of Collaborative Growth, L.L.C. He qualified as a Paraprofessional Clinician fromColoradoStateUniversityCounselingCenter, holds a practitioner certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and is certified to administer the Bar-On EQi measure.
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORSJulio Olalla is founder and President of the Newfield Network, Inc., an international learning organization, and a co-inventor of the field of Ontological Coaching.
Terrie Lupberger is a Master Certified Coach. She is co-designer of the International Coaching Federation's core coaching competencies; a former ICF board member, and has been a member of the ICF Credentialing Committee since 2002.
G. Lee Salmon is the Practice Leader for Executive Coaching and Leadership Development with the Department of Treasury’s Federal Consulting Group. He manages a national network of executive coaches and designs and delivers coaching programs for agencies such as EPA, HHS, CDC, FDA, OPM; Departments of State, Agriculture, Defense, Education, and agencies within the Intelligence Community.
Table of Contents
PART ONE Emotional Intelligence as a Foundation for Effective Coaching 1
CHAPTER 1 Connecting Emotional Intelligence and Coaching 3
CHAPTER 2 The Business Case for Building Emotional and Social Effectiveness in Coaching 17
PART TWO Building Emotional and Social Effectiveness Strategies in Your Client 27
CHAPTER 3 Valuing Self 31
CHAPTER 4 Valuing Others 47
CHAPTER 5 Responsive Awareness 63
CHAPTER 6 Courage 85
CHAPTER 7 Authentic Success 103
PART THREE Developing the Coach 121
CHAPTER 8 Emotions as a New Field of Learning 123
CHAPTER 9 Developing Your Own Emotional Awareness as a Coach 141
PART FOUR Case Studies 159
CHAPTER 10 Coaching to Enhance, Develop, and Strengthen Emotional and Social Competencies in Government Leaders 161
CHAPTER 11 Case Examples 177
About the Authors 205