Co-Active Coaching was a seminal book in the coaching movement, laying out a powerful model for coaching-client relationships and clearly outlining key tools and practices for coaching in the business world. The book covers each step of the coaching process, from listening and intuition to coaching for fulfillment, life-balance and self-management. Along the way you'll gather helpful hints and tools perfect for new- and practicing coaches alike.
This new third edition of Co-Active Coaching adds:
An updated Co-Active Model
New info on how to use the Co-Active model in leadership and throughout an organization
An on-line coaching toolkit filled with new coaching dialogues, examples, exercises and more
New coaching demonstrations
35 exercises, checklists and coaching forms you can use
CONTENTS Co-Active Coaching covers the following areas:
Co-Active Coaching Fundamentals The Co-Active Coaching Model / The Co-Active Coaching Relationship
Co-Active Coaching Practices Client Fulfillment / Client Balance / Client Process / Tips and Traps for the Coaching Practice / A Vision for the Future / The Coach's Toolkit
Table of Contents
Introduction Part I: Co-Active Coaching Fundamentals Chapter 1: The Co-Active Coaching Model Chapter 2: The Co-Active Coaching Relationship Part II: Co-Active Coaching Contexts Chapter 3: Listening Chapter 4: Intuition Chapter 5: Curiosity Chapter 6: Forward and Deepen Chapter 7: Self-Management Part III: Co-Active Coaching Principles and Practices Chapter 8: Fulfillment Chapter 9: Balance Chapter 10: Process Chapter 11: Putting it All Together
About the Author
Karen Kimsey-House is the Co-founder and CEO of The Coaches Training Institute (CTI). One of the earliest recognized luminaries in the coaching profession, she founded CTI in 1992 with Laura Whitworth and Henry Kimsey-House. They created the Co-Active philosophy to relationship. Kimsey-House continues to lead training workshops and is a popular keynote speaker around the world.
Henry Kimsey-House has been a coach and workshop leader since 1981 and is co-founder and curriculum director of The Coaches Training Institute and the Co-Active Leadership Program.
Phil Sandahl is a coach and workshop leader and works primarily with the self-employed, especially those in creative fields.
"With its third updated edition, Co-Active Coaching remains the bible of coaching guides," says Stephen R. Covey, best-selling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. "Written with a powerful, distinctive approach, no other book gives you the tools, the skills and the fundamentals needed to succeed in these delicate relationships."
"Co-Active Coaching breaks new and important ground in the field of coaching. It penetrates to the heart of the coaching process, enabling readers to discover how they can tap into the true power of coaching." - David B. Peterson, Ph.D., senior vice president, Personnel Decisions International, and coauthor of Leader as Coach