The Coaching Science Practitioner Handbook

The Coaching Science Practitioner Handbook

by Tünde Erdös, Angelis Iglesias

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Overview

Keep your coaching methods fresh and relevant to the needs of the people you help and your coaching practice more profitable. 

 

The Coaching Science Practitioner Handbook shows you the inside workings of a research project through the eyes of the coaches who experience it. The authors draw on proven ideas from psychology, technology, and others to create an easy-to-understand path to make good coaching inevitable and bad coaching impossible.

 

This book will change the way you think about coaching. It will give you tools and strategies to transform your practices. Whether you develop or manage people or have your own business, you will learn the secrets to building on and expanding existing knowledge.

"I am honored to endorse this fascinating and refreshing evidence-based research, critical to the coaching profession. . . This book validates coaching and is an essential resource guide for coaching professionals and clients." Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author, Triggers, Mojo, What Got You Here Won't Get You There

"We need a space where practice is driven by evidence & science … by a desire to enhance outcomes. This book argues the case for science being at the heart of practice." Prof Jonathan Passmore, Henley Business School Centre for Coaching & Behavioural Change, Author of Mastery In Coaching, Psychometrics In Coaching  

"Academics need to be firmly rooted in the realities of coaching practice; practitioners need to be research-literate. This volume provides the foundation for this much needed dialogue to happen." Prof David Clutterbuck, Author of Coaching the Team at Work, Mentoring Executives & Directors, Leader's Guide to Being Coached, The Talent Wave

"A guiding star for coaches and coaching psychologists concerning our practice. Like sports athletes, we need training and to be reflective practitioners. This book will inspire coaches to improve their work by integrating theory, practice and research." Prof Reinhard Stelter, Author of Psychology of Coaching & Mentoring, Third Generation Coaching Guide

"If you believe in coaching as a way of developing minds, read this book! This book shares research and examines critical conversations that emerge to inspire coaches to participate in research." Marcia Reynolds, Author of Coach the Person Not the Problem, The Discomfort Zone, Outsmart Your Brain

"As a coach who certifies coaches since 2008, I believe The Coaching Science Practitioner Handbook is essential reading for anyone seeking to navigate or benefit from this rapidly expanding profession." Christy Whitman, New York Times Best Selling Author of The Art of having It All, Quantum Success, 7 Essential Laws  

"Coaching as a professional discipline depends upon hypothesis-driven research in validating and extending the theory and practice of coaching. This book makes a major contribution to growing coaches' confidence in evaluating latest coaching research." Maria Iliffe Wood, Author of Coaching Presence: Building Consciousness and Awareness in Coaching Interventions

"Imagine anyone understanding what a coach does as they do other professions. This book is a call-to-action for coaches to further the scholarly advancement of the profession – and what a great call it is!" Brian O. Underhill, CoachSource CEO, Author of Mastering Executive Coaching, Executive Coaching for Results

 

A percentage of the profits will award a grant annually to support a coaching science professional study through the International Coaching Federation Foundation (ICF). 



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940163981069
Publisher: Applied Sciences Publishing
Publication date: 05/15/2020
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 890 KB

About the Author

https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelisiglesias/

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

AUTHORS & CONTRIBUTORS xiii

ADVANCED PRAISE FOR THE BOOK xv

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xxi

PREFACE xxiii

INTRODUCTION 1

PART ONE

The Essence of Corpus Chapter Contributions 19

CHAPTER 1 - Joel DiGirolamo 21

Being There 23

CHAPTER 2 - Tünde Erdös 35

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who is the Most Present of Them All? 37

CHAPTER 3 - Michael Tichelmann 47

Global Research through Information Technology 49

CHAPTER 4 - Angelis Iglesias 59

Research-informed Business Practices 61

PART TWO

The Essence of Coach Chapter Contributions 73

CHAPTER 5 - Areej Al Omari 75

It All Starts with a Question 77

CHAPTER 6 - Anindita Das 85

GROW-ing through Research 87

CHAPTER 7 - Yvonne Duval Thomsen 95

When Presence is the Destination - Moments of Learning 97

CHAPTER 8 - Sandra Henson 105

Presence: Forget Your Perfect Offering 107

CHAPTER 9 - Grace Kew 115

Do I Really Dance in Synchrony with My Clients? 117

CHAPTER 10 - Nanda Kumar R 125

Change Your Life through the Science of Coaching 127

CHAPTER 11 - Maureen Owen 135

The Call to the Edge 137

CHAPTER 12 - Lissa Qualls 147

When Your Gut Says "Do It", Do It! 149

CHAPTER 13 - Simone Reeves 157

The Distractions of a Process of Presence - Present to Presence 159

CHAPTER 14 - Irene Ricotta 167

The Power of Intrigue 169

CHAPTER 15 - Claire Venetsanakou 177

Inner Voyage of Discoveries - Towards Deeper Wisdom 179

CHAPTER 16 - Patricia Verweij 187

Out of the Box 189

CHAPTER 17 - Sari Vuohtoniemi 197

Research to Grow the Parallels of Growing through Coaching and Research 199

PART THREE

The Essence of Client Chapter Contributions 209

CHAPTER 18 - Sarah Carpenter 213

From the Unsure to WOW! 215

CHAPTER 19 - Vanessa Clarke 223

Listening from the Mind, Body and Heart - A Coaching Perspective 225

CHAPTER 20 - Andreas M. Fries 233

The Machine inside My Coaching Journey 235

CHAPTER 21 - Amy Wright 241

Embracing Serendipity in Coaching Research - A Client's Journey 243

CHAPTER 22 - Anonymous Client 251

The Rewards of Openness to Experiment 253

CHAPTER 23 - Anonymous Client 261

Research Meets Practice and Trust is the Key 263

ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS 269

LEAD CONTRIBUTOR 269

ABOUT THE AUTHORS 277

MORE FROM THE AUTHORS 279

The Scientist-Practitioner Mind Traits© 281

FREE RESOURCES FOR READERS 283

INDEX 285

Customer Reviews