Step by Step Guide to Coaching

Step by Step Guide to Coaching - eBook

About the guide

This eBook will help guide you through the basic steps of running a series of successful coaching sessions with a client. 

I hope you find this practical and brief guide to the logistics of coaching useful. Use it as a quick reference to ensure you have everything in place for the administration and timings of a robust coaching programme with a client.

In this book you will find plenty of practical pointers, based on my experiences of working with coaching clients over 15 years. I am so please to be able to share these with you and raise money for a brilliant and inspiring charity.

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Step by Step Guide to Coaching - eBook
About Clare's book

A Step-by-Step Guide to Coaching

This book will provide a checklist for working with coaching clients

Managing a client relationship and running a coaching session professionally can be a bit of a mystery in the early days of learning to coach. I have discovered that not many books or guides offer a clear and simple format. Having worked with hundreds of new coaches and those seeking to improve their coaching practice, I have written this eBook as a summary of the verbal advice and guidance I have been offering informally for many years. During my coaching career I have continually improved my processes and paperwork and I continue to tweak and refine every practical aspect of my client work. One of my promises to you, is that as I update the advice contained in this document, I will send you a new version wherever possible.

The beauty of this book is that it gives you quick and easy access to information.

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Step by Step Guide to Coaching - eBook
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