Written by a team of three behavioral practitioners, Organizational Coaching is based on the best practices of a wide range of private sector, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The authors provide a complete systems approach to enable any workplace learning professional to develop an integrated coaching model. Within the book’s pages, you’ll find a thorough background in coaching theory combined with organizational and adult learning theory; a full range of tools to help you design and implement a coaching program; and an outline of a fluid coaching process for gathering supporting data, developing goals, establishing relationships, and moving toward tangible results.
This book provides practically everything you need, including templates, charts and diagrams, sample scripts, questionnaires, tips and advice, checklists, assessments, case studies, ethical guidelines, and sample coaching agreements. With this book as a roadmap, you’ll be able to develop a holistic coaching model and adapt it to the ever-changing needs of your organization over time.
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