A complete resource for both in-house and external coaches, 50 Top Tools for Coaching presents the techniques needed to comfortably face every coaching situation prepared to do what's best for the client. Full of templates, checklists hints and tips, it covers how to assess the needs of clients, select the right tool for the circumstance and deliver effective coaching with confidence. The book addresses all the key areas from the start of an assignment to its finish, including: setting up and managing the coaching relationship; understanding and resolving problems and conflict; increasing client confidence; enhancing client performance; communication and influence; and developing a leadership style. Examples throughout on how the tools in the book have helped coaches be more successful help bring the tools to life.
Now with greater emphasis on professional qualification and accreditation, this fully revised 3rd edition of 50 Top Tools for Coaching includes a host of new tools for building credibility, building resilience and guiding others through change. It also features enhanced tools on self-development and strategy, a brand-new addition of transactional analysis tools, and an increased amount of career coaching tools. Online supporting resources include templates, reference tables and web links to help put the tools into practice.
Ro Gorell specializes in performance improvement and talent development, working with a broad range of clients. She is an experienced coach with a particular expertise in group coaching. She is the author of Group Coaching and co-author of How to Create a Coaching Culture, also published by Kogan Page. Gillian Jones is co-managing director of Emerge, an organizational and behavioural change consultancy specializing in coaching culture strategy. Gillian has worked both as an executive coach and consultant for over 15 years. She is co-author of How to Create a Coaching Culture, published by Kogan Page.
Chapter - 01: Setting up the coaching relationship;