An Introduction to Coaching Skills

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ISBN: 9781526413239
Release Date: 2017-03-20
Number of pages: 232
Author: Christian van Nieuwerburgh
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Coaching Skills in PDF and EPUB Focusing on the core coaching skills and competencies this book is a highly practical resource for anyone wishing to become a coach.


An Introduction to Coaching Skills

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ISBN: 9781526413215
Release Date: 2017-03-20
Number of pages: 232
Author: Christian van Nieuwerburgh
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Coaching Skills in PDF and EPUB This text is an invaluable resource for novice and trainee coaches. Its accessible, step-by-step style acquaints you with the key skills needed to become a successful coach. It takes you from the 'how to', through to practicalities and challenges, and beyond to the continued development of your skills. There is even more packed into the new edition, with: over 70 videos of real coaching; including two full length sessions for you to engage with a closer look at coaching processes and models to support your understanding new activities (including templates to download) to try with clients stories from practice to give context to the skills being discussed. A world-wide success, this is a stimulating, inspiring and hugely practical book that you’ll come back to time and time again.


An Introduction to Coaching Skills

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ISBN: 9781446292709
Release Date: 2013-12-10
Number of pages: 208
Author: Christian van Nieuwerburgh
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Coaching Skills in PDF and EPUB An Introduction to Coaching Skills is an invaluable resource for novice and trainee coaches. Its accessible, step-by-step style acquaints you with the key skills needed to become a successful coach and, with its focus on the applied side of coaching, the book is an essential text for anyone starting out on their coaching voyage. From the 'how to', through to practicalities and challenges and honing existing skills, this book covers: - Definitions of coaching - How to become a coach - Key coaching skills - Current coaching models - Practical tools and techniques - Reflective practise and how best to help others With evidence-based research, activities and suggestions for further reading, this is a clear and practical, all-you-need guide to becoming a coach.


An Introduction to Coaching

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ISBN: 9781446247822
Release Date: 2010-10-15
Number of pages: 216
Author: Janice Dexter
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Coaching in PDF and EPUB This is an excellent, no-nonsense introduction to the field of coaching for developing practitioners. Using a rich array of examples from both life and business coaching, the book covers: o foundations of coaching o coaching processes o the range of coaching models, skills, attitudes and methods o the psychological underpinnings to the main theoretical approaches to coaching, e.g. cognitive, TA, NLP o different applications of coaching e.g in life-, executive- , or career-coaching o key professional issues such as ethics, evidence-based practice and contracts. o how to present and market your coaching identity and skills. Blending theory and practice, with examples and exercises, the book is aimed at professionals from a range of backgrounds, whether therapeutic, educational or business in orientation, who want to expand and transfer their skills to the coaching profession. It is essential reading on all coaching & mentoring courses.


An Introduction to Helping Skills

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ISBN: 9781473988071
Release Date: 2016-11-08
Number of pages: 208
Author: Jane Westergaard
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Helping Skills in PDF and EPUB Readers will be introduced to the three core approaches of counselling, coaching and mentoring, and shown how they work across a variety of settings, including therapy, teaching, social work and nursing. Part 1 takes readers through the theory, approaches and skills needed for helping work, and includes chapters on: The differences and similarities of counselling, coaching and mentoring Foundational and advanced skills for effective helping Supervision and reflective practice Ethical helping and working with diversity Part 2 shows how helping skills look in practice, in a variety of different helping professions. 10 specially-written case studies show you the intricacies of different settings and client groups, including work in schools, hospitals, telephone helplines and probation programs.


A Critical Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring

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ISBN: 9781473966222
Release Date: 2016-03-17
Number of pages: 368
Author: David E Gray
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online A Critical Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring in PDF and EPUB This is the definitive introduction to coaching and mentoring, written by an experienced and multidisciplinary team. Taking you all the way through from the emerging theory to informed practice, the book covers: · Skills, purposes and outcomes of coaching and mentoring processes · The many settings in which they take place – public, private and voluntary · Coaching and mentoring’s evidence base and how it is assessed · The professionalization of coaching and mentoring and a move towards integration. Supported by a wide range of case studies, activities, further questions and topics for discussion, this book is a comprehensive but accessible introduction. The authors take a critical approach and go beyond the basics, to support your development as a critically reflective practitioner. It is essential reading for those studying coaching and mentoring, and professionals looking to integrate coaching and mentoring into their organizations.


Sport Pedagogy

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ISBN: 9781317902867
Release Date: 2013-09-27
Number of pages: 368
Author: Kathleen Armour
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Sport Pedagogy in PDF and EPUB Sport Pedagogy offers an essential starting point for anyone who cares about sport, education and young people. It offers invaluable theoretical and practical guidance for studying to become an effective teacher or coach, and for anyone who wants to inspire children and young people to engage in and enjoy sport for life. The book also focuses on you as a learner in sport, prompting you to reflect critically on the ways in which your early learning experiences might affect your ability to diagnose the learning needs of young people with very different needs. Sport Pedagogy is about learning in practice. It refers both the ways in which children and young people learn and the pedagogical knowledge and skills that teachers and coaches need to support them to learn effectively. Sport pedagogy is the study of the place where sport and education come together. The study of sport pedagogy has three complex dimensions that interact to form each pedagogical encounter: Knowledge in context - what is regarded as essential or valuable knowledge to be taught, coached or learnt is contingent upon historical, social and political contextual factors that define practice; Learners and learning -at the core of sport pedagogy is expertise in complex learning theories, and a deep understanding of diversity and its many impacts on the ways in which young learners can learn; Teachers/teaching and coaches/coaching - effective teachers and coaches are lifelong learners who can harness the power of sport for diverse children and young people. Gaining knowledge and understanding of the three dimensional concept of sport pedagogy is the first step towards ensuring that the rights of large numbers of children and young people to effective learning experiences in and through sport are not denied. The book is organised into three sections: background and context; young people as diverse learners; the professional responsibility of teachers and coaches. Features of each chapter include: research extracts, ‘comments’ to summarise key points, individual and group learning tasks, suggested resources for further reading, and reference lists to enable you to follow-up points of interest. This book provides you with some of the prior knowledge you need to make best use of teaching materials, coaching manuals and other resources. In so doing you, as a teacher or coach, will be well placed to offer an effective and professional learning service to children and young people in sport.


Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace

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ISBN: 9781845285661
Release Date: 2013-10-10
Number of pages: 160
Author: Jackie Arnold
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace in PDF and EPUB This book will give you the knowledge and skills to understand the differences between coaching, supervision & mentoring. It will demonstrate how effective coaching programmes can enhance behaviours and retain key staff. How it can reduce recruitment costs, promote well-being and give a robust return on investment. It offers leaders and managers proven behaviours, coaching and supervision models and techniques that can be adapted for any environment. It supports the requirements for the ILM and CMI Coaching and Mentoring in Management Qualifications at levels 5 and 7. The book includes: Comparison of effective leadership styles and application, establishing the right conditions and climate for coaching, overcoming the barriers to coaching and /or supervision, enhancing communication and workplace understanding and presenting a clear business case for coaching & supervision.


Coaching Skills A Handbook

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ISBN: 9780335245598
Release Date: 2012-04-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Rogers, Jenny
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

Download and read online Coaching Skills A Handbook in PDF and EPUB Coaching Skills: A handbook, Third edition introduces the reader to the core skills needed to become a great coach.


Life Coaching Skills

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ISBN: 9781847878847
Release Date: 2006-11-15
Number of pages: 240
Author: Richard Nelson-Jones
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Life Coaching Skills in PDF and EPUB `Life Coaching Skills by Dr Richard Nelson-Jones is an excellent introduction to this rapidly expanding field of work. I can thoroughly recommend this book for both experienced and neophyte coaches. Practitioners from other professions and the layperson may also find the skills useful' - Professor Stephen Palmer, Coaching Psychology Unit, City University `This book provides a wealth of information and expertise founded on tried and tested interventions and cannot fail to improve the skill level of existing coaches as well as those entering the Life Coaching arena' - Gladeana McMahon, Head of Coaching Fairplace plc, Co-Director, Centre for Coaching Life coaching is a rapidly growing area with more and more people seeking help to lead satisfying and successful lives. Life Coaching Skills provides a practical introduction to the skills needed to be an effective life coach and incorporates a wide range of practical activities for coaches to use to help their clients develop self-coaching skills. Written by leading skills expert, Richard Nelson-Jones, the book presents a four stage life coaching model based around the core concepts of relating, understanding, changing and client self-coaching. It explores the central skills of coaching used within the model including: establishing the coaching relationship; assessment and goal setting; presentation; demonstration, and consolidation. The main focus of the book is on one-to-one life coaching particularly concerning relationship, work, and health issues. The specific skills needed for working with groups are also discussed and ethical issues and dilemmas related to coaching are explored. Life Coaching Skills is ideal for anyone interested in becoming a life coach and for use in training.


Performance Coaching Skills for Social Work

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ISBN: 9780857259936
Release Date: 2012-03-22
Number of pages: 160
Author: Jane Holroyd
Publisher: Learning Matters

Download and read online Performance Coaching Skills for Social Work in PDF and EPUB Within health and social care settings, high levels of sustained performance from individuals, teams, organisations and multi-agency collaborations are required. In order to achieve this, both management and leadership have to take a clear and defined role. This book looks at the 'how to' of performance coaching - from establishing objectives, determining frameworks, processes and systems, to monitoring and taking corrective action as necessary. Coaching in its various forms offers a means by which those involved in public service can be supported and challenged to perform.


An Introduction to Sports Coaching

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ISBN: 9781136510458
Release Date: 2013-03-05
Number of pages: 288
Author: Robyn L. Jones
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online An Introduction to Sports Coaching in PDF and EPUB An Introduction to Sports Coaching provides students with an accessible and engaging guide to the scientific, social scientific, medical and pedagogical theory that underlies the practice of quality sports coaching. Now in a fully updated and revised second edition, it introduces students to the complex, messy, multi-faceted nature of coaching, and explores the full range of ‘knowledges’ which inform all successful coaching practice. Written by a team of leading international sports coaching academics and practitioners, as well as sport scientists and social scientists, the book provides a concise guide to every key theme in sports coaching, including: Reflective practice Pedagogy Skill acquisition Psychology Biomechanics Physiology Sport medicine and injury Performance analysis Sociology History Philosophy Sport development Each chapter makes a clear link between theory and practice, and includes discussion of real-life coaching scenarios and insights from practising international and club coaches. The book includes clear definitions of important themes and concepts, as well as seminar and review questions in each chapter designed to confirm understanding and encourage further enquiry. No other introductory textbook explains the importance of an holistic approach to sports coaching practice. This is an essential companion to any sports coaching course.


Introduction to Career Counselling Coaching

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ISBN: 9781473943964
Release Date: 2015-10-12
Number of pages: 304
Author: Hazel Reid
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Introduction to Career Counselling Coaching in PDF and EPUB A practical introduction for those training in the field of career development, career counselling and career coaching, this book will take your students through established and emerging theory and the different contexts in which career work takes place introducing the key skills, techniques and models they’ll need. Professional issues such as the use of digital technologies highlight the contemporary context of careers work and all of this is brought to life through engaging case studies and reflective questions, highlighting the practical applications of what is being learnt.


Nonlinear Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition

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ISBN: 9781317800361
Release Date: 2015-12-15
Number of pages: 248
Author: Jia Yi Chow
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Nonlinear Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition in PDF and EPUB Nonlinear pedagogy is a powerful paradigm for understanding human movement and for designing effective teaching, coaching and training programs in sport, exercise and physical education. It addresses the inherent complexity in the learning of movement skills, viewing the learner, the learning environment and the teacher or coach as a complex interacting system, with the constraints of individual practice tasks providing the platform for functional movement behaviours to emerge. This is the first book to explain this profoundly important new approach to skill acquisition, introducing key theoretical ideas and best practice for students, teachers and coaches. The first section of the book offers a general theoretical framework to explain processes of skill acquisition and the learning of movement skills. The book then defines nonlinear pedagogy, and outlines its key principles of practice. It offers a thorough and critical appraisal of the optimal use of instructional constraints and practice design, and discusses methods for creating challenging and supportive individualised learning environments at developmental, sub-elite and elite levels of performance. Every chapter contains cases and examples from sport and exercise contexts, providing guidance on practice activities and lessons. Nonlinear Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition is an essential companion for any degree level course in skill acquisition, motor learning, sport science, sport pedagogy, sports coaching practice, or pedagogy or curriculum design in physical education.


An Introduction to Gestalt

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ISBN: 9781446271346
Release Date: 2012-10-04
Number of pages: 208
Author: Charlotte Sills
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online An Introduction to Gestalt in PDF and EPUB This thoroughly revised edition of Gestalt Counselling introduces the fundamental concepts of Gestalt and systematically demonstrates how to apply and use these in practice. Taking a relational perspective, the expert authors explore how Gestalt can be used in a wide variety of 'helping conversations' from counselling, psychotherapy and coaching to mentoring, managing, consulting and guiding. A Each chapter contains case examples from the therapeutic world and a 'running case study' featuring ongoing coaching work moves throughout the book, with diagrams and lists for further reading making this the ideal text for use in training. The accessible, engaging writing style will appeal to undergraduates and postgraduates alike. Charlotte Sills is a practitioner and supervisor in private practice, a tutor at Metanoia Institute and a tutor and supervisor of coaching at Ashridge CollegeBusiness School. She is the author or co-author of many books and articles on therapeutic work. Phil Lapworth is a counsellor, psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice near Bath and has written extensively in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. Billy Desmond is a Gestalt psychotherapist, executive coach and organisational development consultant. He is a member of Ashridge College and a Programme Director of Partnering and Consulting in ChangeHead of the Gestalt Department at Metanoia Insititute, and tutor and consultant at Ashridge Business School.