Coach Training Companion: A Practical Addition to Coach Training

The Coach Training Companion is the book I wanted when I first trained as a Coach. There are many books out there that provide wonderfully detailed guides on specific coaching models and these are fantastic when you have experience and have found a coaching style or philosophy that you feel drawn to. There are also many books that give brief accounts of different models but no real examples of how to use them. And there are more books that provide a list of questions without any rationale for why and where to use them.

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Coach Training Companion (Android App)

The Coach Training Companion App provides a foundational intro to coaching models and the competencies to begin your journey to becoming a great coach. There are more than 230 questions categorised by Coaching Model, Model step, Intervention categories, and more.

Select from Coaching Models (GROW, CLEAR, OSKAR) or review the skills great coaches use every day.

When coaching we need to be unconsciously competent with our questioning skills!
Review Powerful questions by Category or review questions randomly to build your confidence and competence using Powerful questions in the right place at the right time to help your caochees achieve their Aha! moments and successfully achieve their goals.

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Executive Coaching: Managing your Investment
Executive coaching can be a substantial investment into yourself or your people. Make sure you choose wisely. In this publication on HR Headquarters I talk about how you might choose the right coach for your organization.

Emotional Resonance: Leadership Development
Possessing a high degree of Emotional Intelligence can help us to grow as a leader. A lack of the it can cause us to become ineffective or worse be the reason for poor performance and disharmony in the teams we lead. Discover how emotional resonance influences those around us in this SlideShare presentation.

Emotional Intelligence: Better Decision Making
Making good and rational decisions is good for business but what happens when our emotions affect our affect our judgement. How we feel in the moment affects the decisions we make. If we are happy we may give concessions during negotiations, sadness may mean we lose interest and somehow sabotage negotiations; anger may lead to stubborn behaviour where we won’t concede ground; fear may mean we put off decisions; and shock may make us stop taking risks, even measured risks. Find out how our emotions affect our ability to make good decisions in this SlideShare presentation.

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