Author: Kim Morgan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780992898946


Page: N.A

View: 1537

The Coach's Casebook

Mastering the 12 Traits That Trap Us

Author: Geoff Watts,Kim Morgan,Greg Dyke

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781516835140


Page: 380

View: 3373

Our strengths can become our weaknesses. Our traits and habitual behaviours can become traps. In each chapter of The Coach's Casebook the reader follows a skilled coach working with a client who is struggling with one of the twelve traits which every coach will face in their coaching work - traits such as people pleasing, perfectionism, impostor syndrome, performance anxiety and procrastination. The coach shares their emotions, their thought processes and their reflections as they try to understand the psychological origins of these behaviours and to work out how to help their client. The Coach's Casebook includes inspirational insights from individuals who have triumphed over such traits and have succeeded in all walks of life figures such as Alec Stewart and Lewis Moody from the world of sport, Greg Dyke from the world of business, and Arctic explorer Pen Hadow. This book is above all designed to help you in your work as a coach. It gives you practical, tried and tested techniques which you can use today to help your clients to change the habits of a lifetime.

101 Coaching Strategies and Techniques

Author: Gladeana McMahon,Anne Archer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136990399

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

View: 4600

101 Coaching Strategies and Techniques provides focused, practical strategies to help the coach with their work. Each point provides a detailed explanation of the strategy together with potential pitfalls and solutions. Contributors from a range of coaching backgrounds are brought together to cover a number of issues faced by professional coaches including: confidence building developing specific skills and strategies group coaching problem solving and creativity self awareness the stuck client. 101 Coaching Strategies and Techniques will be a handy reference tool for busy coaches; the bite-sized strategies will also provide a useful guide for those in training.

Nlp Coaching Cards

Author: Jamie Smart,Wordsalad Publications

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781905045082

Category: Self-Help

Page: N.A

View: 1350

Suitable for finding out what's going on in someone else's map of the world, then coaching them to enrich that map. This work is useful for setting goals, clearing obstacles, and shaking up limiting beliefs. It includes techniques for wiring in the infamous NLP Meta Model, the world's most powerful information-gathering and problem-solving tool.

Time to Think

Listening to Ignite the Human Mind

Author: Nancy Kline

Publisher: Cassell

ISBN: 1844037223

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 3225

The power of effective listening is recognised as the essential tool of good management. In this book, Kline describes how we can achieve this, and presents a step-by-step guide that can be used in any situation. Whether you want to have more productive meetings, solve business problems or build stronger relationships, this book offers you a new world of possibilities.


Author: Kim Morgan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780992898939


Page: N.A

View: 516

Barefoot to Billionaire: Reflections on a Life's Work and a Promise to Cure Cancer

Author: Jon Huntsman

Publisher: The Overlook Press

ISBN: 146831145X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

View: 9506

Billionaire entrepreneur, distinguished public servant, and father of a former governor and presidential candidate, Jon M. Huntsman, Sr. has been very fortunate in life. The company he founded in 1970, the Huntsman Corporation, is now one of the largest petrochemical manufacturers in the world, employing more than 12,000 people and generating over $10 billion in revenue each year. Success in business, though, has always been a means to an end—never an end in itself. In Barefoot to Billionaire, Huntsman revisits the key moments in his life that shaped his view of faith, family, service, and the responsibility that comes with wealth. He writes candidly about his brief tenure in the Nixon administration, which preceded the Watergate scandal but still left a deep impression on him about the abuse of power and the significance of personal respect and integrity. He also opens up about his faith and prominent membership in the Church Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. But most importantly, Huntsman reveals the rationale behind his commitment to give away his entire fortune before his death. In 1995, Huntsman and his wife Karen founded the Huntsman Cancer Institute and have since dedicated more than a billion dollars of their personal funds to the fight for a cure. They don’t plan to stop giving until the battle is won. In this increasingly materialistic world, Barefoot to Billionaire is a refreshing reminder of the enduring power of traditional values.

The Barefoot Investor

The Only Money Guide You'll Ever Need

Author: Scott Pape

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0730324214

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 296

View: 6424

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Leadership Team Coaching

Developing Collective Transformational Leadership

Author: Peter Hawkins

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 0749478500

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 408

View: 9899

Organizations are most effective when the teams responsible for their success function to the best of their ability. When the relationships within the team work well and all members have a clear focus, the team is able to achieve goals more easily. Leadership Team Coaching is a roadmap for those who have the responsibility of developing a leadership team. It provides a thorough explanation of the key elements of team coaching and is filled with practical tools and techniques to facilitate optimum performance across virtual teams, international teams, executive boards and other teams. The fully updated 3rd edition of Leadership Team Coaching brings together the latest research in leadership teams and team coaching along with numerous examples to illustrate how to develop people from disparate groups into a high-performing team. With new international case studies throughout as well as a new chapter on systemic coaching, the book covers the five disciplines of team performance, how to select team members, how the relationship of the coach and the team develops through stages, how CEOs can foster effective teams with shared leadership, how to choose the best team coach and more to facilitate effective leadership teams.

Motivational Management

Inspiring Your People for Maximum Performance

Author: Alexander Hiam

Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn

ISBN: 9780814426821

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 276

View: 1839

Managers have a tough job. By definition, they must accomplishtheir goals and do their work through the work of others. The oldsaying that OCyOCyIf you want something done right, do it yourselfOCOOCO hasa ring of truth to it, because it is usually harder to get employees todo a challenging job well than to do it yourself. Yet managers mustlet go of their own urge to just step in and make things right, andthey must instead nurture the necessary competencies and commitmentin their employees.Achieving difficult goals through the work of others is of coursean age-old challenge. Whoever built the pyramids must have wrestledwith it. But in some ways, the challenge is a new one for ustoday. As weOCOll explore in Chapter 1, managers now face challengesthat need a lot more effort, creative problem-solving, and willingnessto change than did the previous generation of managers. As Ivisit workplaces and speak to audiences of managers and executives, I hear a common set of frustrations and desires having to dowith the need to achieve tough and variable goals in a tough andvariable world. To be better and quicker and smarter as an organizationrequires us to be better and quicker and smarter as individuals.That means everyone, not just the managers. How do weachieve that goal?"

The Cool Impossible

The coach from Born to Run shows how to get the most from your miles - and from yourself

Author: Eric Orton,Rich O'Brien

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1471130517

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

View: 3305

Eric Orton has spent a lifetime learning about running and the limitless possibilities of the human body and mind, and now he is ready to share his knowledge in a book that will open up a new world of achievement for runners everywhere. For Orton, this is a chance to instruct and inspire. For the running reader, it is a chance to make amazing new strides. The Cool Impossibleis intended for runners and aspiring runners of all levels of ability and experience, from those contemplating their first steps, to seasoned marathoners seeking to unlock the full range of their capabilities. Starting from the feet up, Eric guides the reader through his technique for building the perfect running body. With characteristic enthusiasm and directness, Orton will draw on the inspiration of the Tarahumara Indian runners and take the reader through his devoted training programme, complete with advice on nutrition and real-world applications, as well as Orton's concept of The Cool Impossible, the belief that 'the greatest reward from running is the opportunity to do more', not just in running but in life in general.


Author: Kim Morgan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780993448904


Page: N.A

View: 5331

The Barefoot Running Book

The Art and Science of Barefoot and Minimalist Shoe Running

Author: Jason Robillard

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 110160350X

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

View: 9807

For readers of Born to Run by Christopher McDougall, The Barefoot Running Book lends practical advice on the minimalist running phenomenon Ditch those cushiony running shoes—they’re holding you back and hurting your feet! You’ve heard about barefoot running and how it can reduce injury and allow for better form. Maybe you’ve even tried it and learned how shedding those heavy, overly- manufactured shoes can make running more enjoyable. Regardless of your expertise level, Jason Robillard—a leading expert on barefoot running education and director of the Barefoot Running University—synthesizes the latest research to ease you from barefoot walking to slow running to competitive and trail running vis-à-vis simple drills, training plans, and useful hints from fellow barefoot runners. Practical, easy-to-follow, and illustrated with black-and-white photographs throughout, The Barefoot Running Book shows how everyone can transition to barefoot and minimalist shoe running—safely and optimally.

Barefoot Strong

Unlock the Secrets to Movement Longevity

Author: Dr Emily Splichal

Publisher: BookBaby

ISBN: 1483550583

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 110

View: 8887

As one of the fastest growing areas within medicine, the anti-aging business is now a $122 billion dollar industry with researchers dedicating their careers to finding the fountain of youth. Whether it be copper peptides or acai supplements, most of the anti-aging industry focuses on limited aspects of eternal youth and vitality. For the first time ever, it is time to apply the latest research into a new area of anti-aging medicine known as movement longevity. Join Podiatrist & Human Movement Specialist Dr Emily Splichal as she explores the science behind barefoot training and how this often overlooked area of health and fitness is actually the secret to youthful movement. As an internationally-renown ededucator on barefoot training, Dr. Emily has traveled the world exploring the concept of movement efficiency from the ground up. Through barefoot science, fascial fitness and neuromuscular conditioning, Dr Emily will show you how to survive the unnatural conditions of today’s shod society and optimize your movement patterns. From barefoot activation exercises, to vitamin supplements to protect your peripheral nerves, Barefoot Strong is your go-to guide to ensure years of efficient movement – one step at a time. Are you ready to unlock the secrets to anti-aging movement and become barefoot strong?

A Barefoot Boy from Oklahoma

The Dewey Sullivan Story

Author: Vera Sullivan

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 9781432738907

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 380

View: 3857

From a barefoot boy in Oklahoma, Dewey Sullivan rose to acclaim in the National High School Hall of Fame. When he died on November 8, 2006, he had more football victories than any coach west of the Mississippi River. His dream from a young age was to be a coach, but he had many setbacks along the way. He was a father with two young children when he began his education, but that did not stop him. Once his decision to become a coach was made, he was determined and followed his chosen path. He became a teacher - he became a counselor - and he became a coach. He was as gracious in defeat as he was in victory. His players were of primary importance to him and it was never about himself. He left this earth as a small town football coach whose shoes are too big to fill. When he started his journey as a coach, he had no idea he would affect as many lives as he did. He wanted to coach - but in the process he became a teacher, a counselor and a mentor to many. This is his story - I just went along for the ride.

The Mood Cards

Make Sense of Your Moods and Emotions for Clarity, Confidence and Well-being

Author: Andrea Harrn

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781859063927


Page: 8

View: 5277

Psychology doesn't have to be complicated. Drawing on cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and positive psychology, The Mood Cards offer a fun and accessible way to help you identify and explore your moods and emotions. Each of the 42 beautifully illustrated mood and emotion cards includes guided questions for self-exploration plus a positive affirmation. Whether you wish to manage difficult moods, approach relationships more skillfully, become more sensitive to the needs of others, or simply be able to communicate and listen effectively, using the cards will encourage you to be confident in who you are, expand your emotional intelligence, and help you move forward in a positive way.

Barefoot to Boots

The Many Lives of Indian Football

Author: Novy Kapadia

Publisher: Penguin Books

ISBN: 9780143426417

Category: Football

Page: 345

View: 9145

Coaching Questions

A Coach's Guide to Powerful Asking Skills

Author: Tony Stoltzfus

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9780979416361

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 100

View: 2462

The single most important skill in coaching is asking powerful questions. In this volume, master coach trainer Tony Stoltzfus joins with 12 other professional coaches to present dozens of valuable asking tools, models and exercises, then illustrates these coaching strategies with over 1,000 examples of penetrating questions. Covering the gamut from basic techniques like options and actions to advanced concepts such as challenge and reframing, Coaching Questions is a book that will find a home on any coach's short list of handy references. Coaching Questions: A Coach's Guide to Powerful Asking Skills includes:1. Dozens of asking tools, models, and strategies.2. The top ten asking mistakes coaches make, and how to correct each one.3. Nearly 1200 examples of powerful questions from real coaching situations.4. Destiny discovery tools organized in a four-part life-purpose model .5. Overviews of 15 popular coaching niches, with a tool and examples for each.6. A schedule of training exercises to help you become a "Master of Asking".