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The Coach s Casebook

Author : Geoff Watts
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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.

EBOOK The Coach s Survival Guide

Author : Kim Morgan
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Written by award-winning coach Kim Morgan, this book is aimed at new coaches working in a freelance or self-employed role. It is also a valuable resource for anyone involved in coaching, including trainers of coaches. The Coach’s Survival Guide is an easy to use, accessible book, grounded in practice and experience and including case studies drawn from real-life practice. It is rooted in the real world, normalizing the insecurities felt by many coaches and acknowledging the realities of building a coaching business, while addressing the everyday issues that can hinder a coach's performance or confidence. Kim covers issues such as: • Dealing with Impostor Syndrome • Establishing credibility • Contracting and boundaries • Coaching dilemmas • Building your coaching business • Self-care for coaches This new book is intended to be a survival guide so that coaches can access instant support for dilemmas that occur in their coaching practice. “Reading this book was like spending time with a close friend; a combination of warmth, wit and illumination.” Professor Damian Hughes, Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change “This book is an essential companion to anyone setting out as a professional coach. It provides knowledge, expertise and, perhaps most importantly, comfort for all the challenges that new coaches face.” Tom Preston, C.E.O. The Preston Associates “At last, here is a book that acknowledges the very real challenges involved in building a coaching business – and provides a blueprint for success!” John Perry, Coach and Principal Teaching Fellow, the University of Southampton, UK “This is a hugely practical and accessible support guide to help you address the challenges you will face in developing your coaching practice, from setting up your practice, generating clients and managing yourself in the coaching relationship.” John Leary-Joyce, Exec Chair AoEC International, author Fertile Void

The Coaches Handbook

Author : Jonathan Passmore
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This comprehensive practitioner guide provides an accessible evidenced based approach aimed at those new to coaching and who may be undertaking coach training for a certificate in coaching or professional credentials or accreditation with the AC, ICF, EMCC, CMI or ILM. The book will also be useful for those who want to enhance their coaching skills. The Coaches Handbook is edited by Jonathan Passmore, an internationally respected expert and executive coach, with chapters from leading coaching practitioners from across the world. The book is divided into seven sections. Section one examines the nature of coaching, its boundaries, the business case for coaching and how organisations can build a coaching culture. Section two focuses on deepening our self-understanding and understanding our clients, the non-violent communications mindset and the coaching relationship. Section three focuses on the key skills needed for coaching including goal setting, powerful questions, active listening, using direct communications and the role of silence, emotions and challenge in coaching. Section four offers a range of coaching approaches including behavioural, person-centred, solution-focused, psychodynamic, neuroscience, narrative, positive psychology, out-door eco-coaching, team coaching, careers coaching and integrated coaching. Section five focuses on fundamental issues in coaching such as ethics and contracting and evaluation. Section six explores continuous professional development, reflection and the role of supervision, as well as how to establish your coaching business. The final section contains a host of coaching tools which practitioners can use to broaden their practice. Unique in its scope, this key text will be essential reading for coaches, academics and students of coaching. It is an important text for anyone seeking to understand the best practice approaches that can be applied to their coaching practice, including human resources, learning and development and management professionals, and executives in a coaching role.

Neuroscience for Coaches

Author : Amy Brann
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Many coaching tools and techniques are now fairly well established, but how do they actually work? Neuroscience for Coaches equips coaches with information that will help them answer this question and therefore deliver greater value to clients. Based on over twelve years of research, this book provides a clear explanation of the aspects of neuroscience that are relevant to coaching so you can describe to clients from a neuroscientific perspective why particular techniques and methods work and the benefits to them. This fully updated 2nd edition of Neuroscience for Coaches includes new interviews with Marshall Goldsmith, Susan Greenfield, Christian van Nieuwerburgh and Kim Morgan, along with new material on oxytocin, goals and mindfulness. It covers the latest neuroscientific research and, crucially, the ways in which coaches can use this information effectively and practically in their everyday work. Neuroscience for Coaches is a vital resource for keeping up to date with recent scientific developments, tools and techniques in coaching.

How to Coach First Steps and Beyond

Author : Bob Thomson
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How to Coach: First Steps and Beyond is an essential guide for anyone starting out in the coaching profession and for existing coaches seeking to develop their craft. It is a practical introduction to the theory, skills and art of coaching. This extremely practical introduction contains numerous case studies showing theory in action, aiding in understanding of how to apply theory to actual practice in a variety of settings. The book: Uses clear, uncomplicated language throughout Explains key ideas through brief illustrations from the author's practice and quotes from leading writers on coaching Contains a wide selection of ideas, models and exercises to stimulate the reader's learning Encourages students to try things out in conversation, and reflect upon and make sense of their experiences How to Coach is a must-have book for anyone interested in coaching skillfully, ethically and effectively.

2014 17 Softball Points of Emphasis and Case Book

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The Softball Australia POE Case Book have been developed from the rules adopted by the International Softball Federation (ISF) at the 2013 ISF Congress, and will be used in all competitions sanctioned by the ISF.

EBOOK Coaching Skills The definitive guide to being a coach

Author : Jenny Rogers
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This book has been a best seller for coaches all over the world since the first edition was published in 2004. Coaches appreciate its straightforward advice on how to coach and the truthful way the book captures the actual experience of coaching. This 4th edition has been extensively updated. It keeps the most popular features of earlier editions and also includes material on: • The magic ingredients that determine whether the coach-client relationship works • Why goal-setting and questioning are such important skills for any coach and how you can acquire them • How to use the insights that are emerging from neuropsychology • How as a coach you can work with clients to get them past their blocks and barriers • How to cope with clients who cry or who report traumatic experience - and where the boundaries are with therapy • How to give vital information - but in coaching style • How to blend challenge with support • Tips and hints on how to coach by phone • A full template on how to run the first session 'There are a multitude of reasons why the latest edition of this best-selling book deserves a place on the bookshelves of both new and more experienced coaches ... Practical exercises and techniques, such as the Life Scan Wheel, Magic Questions, Immunity to Change grid and the OSCAR model, are clearly explained, and new to this edition is a useful and detailed first-session template ... She has gathered together insights and gems from books as diverse as Daniel Kahnemann’s Thinking, Fast and Slow and Carl Jung’s Modern Man in Search of a Soul. It transforms what could have been a dry manual into a stimulating and pleasurable read, as well as an information dense resource, and a worthy investment of any coach’s time and money'. Review in Coaching Today, January 2017, Issue 21

Casebook of Traumatic Injury Prevention

Author : Richard Volpe
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This casebook profiles exceptional traumatic injury prevention programs from all over the globe. Its detailed description and analysis employ a multi-stage process of identifying, evaluating, and casing effective prevention practices. The case studies reflect how legislative and regulatory information impact prevention efforts and provide insight into how national centers for injury prevention and control inform prevention practices on countrywide levels. The authors work with outcome-based research criteria to select and develop their comprehensive and contextually aware profiles of the programs. All included case studies follow the BRIO approach (Background, Resources, Implementation, and Outcome) – a model designed to provide a consistent way of describing programs that have been evaluated and found to be exceptional practices. The scope of the Casebook ranges across: The challenge of traumatic injury prevention Sports and recreation-related traumatic injury prevention Fall-related traumatic injury prevention Road traffic-related traumatic injury prevention Traumatic injury prevention within complex systems In its recognition of traumatic injury prevention across the lifespan as a critical and complex public health challenge, the Casebook of Traumatic Injury Prevention promises to be an influential and authoritative resource for professionals and students in public health, safety, injury prevention, medicine, psychology, sociology, nursing, and engineering. Government agencies and institutions such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), public health departments, and safety associations also would find the Casebook relevant to their work.

The Railway Policeman s Casebook

Author : Richard Stacpoole-Ryding
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Richard Stacpoole-Ryding looks back on the history of crime on Britain's railways.

97 Things Every Scrum Practitioner Should Know

Author : Gunther Verheyen
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Improve your understanding of Scrum through the proven experience and collected wisdom of experts around the world. Based on real-life experiences, the 97 essays in this unique book provide a wealth of knowledge and expertise from established practitioners who have dealt with specific problems and challenges with Scrum. You’ll find out more about the rules and roles of this framework, as well as tactics, strategies, specific patterns to use with Scrum, and stories from the trenches. You’ll also gain insights on how to apply, tune, and tweak Scrum for your work. This guide is an ideal resource for people new to Scrum and those who want to assess and improve their understanding of this framework. "Scrum Is Simple. Just Use It As Is.," Ken Schwaber "The 'Standing Meeting,'" Bob Warfield “Specialization Is for Insects,” James O. Coplien "Scrum Events Are Rituals to Ensure Good Harvest," Jasper Lamers “Servant Leadership Starts from Within,” Bob Galen "Agile Is More than Sprinting," James W. Grenning

The Coach s Casebook

Author : Geoff Watts
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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.

The ID CaseBook

Author : Peggy A. Ertmer
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The fifth edition of The ID CaseBook provides instructional design students with 26 realistic, open-ended case studies that encourage adept problem-solving across a variety of client types and through all stages of the process. After an introduction to the technique of case-based reasoning, the book offers three sections dedicated to K-12, post-secondary, and corporate clients, respectively, each composed of varied, detailed cases created by instructional design experts. The cases and their accompanying discussion questions encourage students to analyze the available information, develop action plans, and consider alternative possibilities in resolving problems. The esteemed editor team of Peggy A. Ertmer, James A. Quinn, and Krista D. Glazewski continue their considerable contribution to the teaching of instructional design with this thoroughly revised and updated volume.

Developing Successful Diversity Mentoring Programmes An International Casebook

Author : Clutterbuck, David
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A volume of mentoring principles to integrate minorities, improve community relations and harness the creative potential of different perspectives.

A Casebook of Transformational and Transactional Leadership

Author : Fil J. Arenas
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Featuring more than twenty-five case studies of leaders throughout history, A Casebook of Transformational and Transactional Leadership supplements existing texts on transformational leadership and the full range model to promote higher levels of understanding of transformational and transactional leadership behaviors. Beginning with an overview of transformational and transactional behavior components, Arenas describes the original tenets of leadership researchers, demonstrating how practicing the principles of full range leadership can aid those who guide or manage others. The subsequent chapters examine influential figures from various organizational environments to provide readers with examples that connect with core full range leadership concepts. Finally, each chapter ends with a discussion question, helping to engage students with the material and encouraging further reflection and study. A Casebook of Transformational and Transactional Leadership is essential reading for both graduate and undergraduate students of leadership development, as well as military and non-military professionals in leadership, leadership development, business and management, and education.

The Social Work and K 12 Schools Casebook

Author : Miriam Jaffe
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This volume offers a collection of nine case studies from clinical social workers in K-12 schools, each from a phenomenological perspective, with the objective of educating Master of Social Work students and early career social work clinicians. Each chapter is framed with pre-reading prompts, reading comprehension questions, and writing assignments. This casebook provides a resource for understanding the range of practice in school social work as well as some of the challenges that school social workers face in today’s complex world. Using a phenomenological perspective the contributors stay close to the lived experience of students, teachers, parents, and social workers, revealing a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the genesis and treatment of students’ problems in school.

ROI in Action Casebook

Author : Patricia Pulliam Phillips
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ROI in Action Casebook offers a collection of ROI case studies that represent the classic use of the proven ROI Methodology. A companion volume to Jack J. Phillips and Patricia Pulliam Phillips?s six books in the Measurement and Evaluation series, this book clearly illustrates the ROI Methodology. The case studies represent a variety of applications in human resources, learning and development, and performance improvement. Each case follows the methodology and describes in detail how it was used to show the value of a particular project or program.

Financial Times Corporate Strategy Casebook

Author : Philip A. Wickham
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This corporate-strategy text provides a range of interesting and exciting case material, ready to use in isolation or in conjunction with the corresponding edition of Richard Lynch's Corporate Strategy.

Hercule Poirots casebook

Author : Agatha Christie
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Poirot and Marple are Christie's most well-known detectives, with the two featured in dozens of novels and short stories. Poirot made the most appearances in Christie's work in titles that included Ackroyd, The Mystery of the Blue Train (1928) and Death in the Clouds (1935). Miss Marple has been featured in books like The Moving Finger (1942) and A Pocket Full of Rye (1953), and been played on screen by actresses like Angela Lansbury, Helen Hayes and Geraldine McEwan. Other notable Christie characters include Tuppence and Tommy Beresford, Colonel Race, Parker Pyne and Ariadne Oliver. This book contains: POIROT INVESTIGATES The Adventure of 'The Western Star The Tragedy at Marsdon Manor The Adventure of the Cheap Flat The Mystery of Hunters Lodge The Million Dollar Bond Robbery The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan The Kidnapped Prime Minister The Disappearance of Mr- Davenheim This page contains the following errors: Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error. The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman The Case of the Missing Will The Veiled Lady The Lost Mine The Chocolate Box DEAD MEN'S MIRROR The Incredible Theft Murder in the Mews Triangle at Rhodes THE REGATTA MYSTERY The Mystery of the Bagdad Chest How Does Your Garden Grow? Yellow Iris This page contains the following errors: Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error. The Dream Problem at Sea THE LABORS OF HERCULE Foreword The Nemean Lion The Lernean Hydra The Arcadian Deer The Augean Stables The Stymphalean Birds The Cretan Bull The Horses of Diomedes The Girdle of Hyppolita The Flock of Geryon The Apples of the Hesperides The Capture of Cerberus THREE BLIND MICE The Third-Floor Flat The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly Four-and -Twenty Blackbirds The Under Dog The Under Dog The Plymouth Express The Affair at the Victory Ball The Market Basing Mystery The Lemesurier Inheritance The Cornish Mystery The King of Clubs The Adventure of the Clapham Cook DOUBLE SIN Double Sin Wasps Nest The Double Clue

Powell Smith and Furmston s Building Contract Casebook

Author : Michael Furmston
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The interaction between general principles and the provisions of the standard building and construction contracts is a central feature of construction law. The major part of the law is laid down in decided cases, and construction professionals should be familiar with these cases but the information is scattered throughout a large number of law reports. The fifth edition of Powell Smith and Furmston's Building Contract Casebook is designed to help construction professionals become familiar with those key cases. It brings together a wide range of cases on the main aspects of the law of construction contracts, states the principle established by each case and gives a summary of the facts and the decision. For the majority of cases, verbatim extracts from the judgment are included. The casebook presents the leading cases on each topic, together with many lesser-known but important decisions. A number of useful decisions from the Commonwealth are also included. Throughout, the author's approach is practical rather than academic.

The Confidence Solution

Author : Chloe Brotheridge
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From the bestselling author of The Anxiety Solution, renowned hypnotherapist and host of The Calmer You podcast, Chloe Brotheridge: It's time to be the most confident version of yourself . . . 'The only way to improve our confidence - in any area of life - is by pushing through our comfort zone . . . This straightforward guide will show you how' Evening Standard, Books to Read for Better Mental Health ___________ Confidence is not something we either have or don't have - it can be built, and this straightforward guide will show you how. Renowned clinical hypnotherapist and anxiety expert Chloe Brotheridge has helped hundreds of clients with anxiety and low self-confidence, and in this book will use her own stories, scientific research, and the experiences of other women to show you how to: · Feel more confident · Spend less time worrying and people-pleasing · Build self-belief · Reach your full potential · Assertively set boundaries for a happier, healthier you The Confidence Solution reveals how everyone can follow their path to confidence. 'A straightforward guide . . . she uses her own stories, scientific research and the experiences of other women to show her readers how to feel more confident' Stylist As seen in The Guardian, Mirror and Daily Express Praise for The Anxiety Solution: 'Remarkable, pioneering, could change your life' Daily Mail *Previously published as Brave New Girl*