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Advanced Coaching Practice

Advanced Coaching Practice
Inspiring Change in Others

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May 2019 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Highly respected coaches Christian van Nieuwerburgh and David Love help you to develop your coaching practice, bridging the gap between beginner and advanced coach. You’ll have access to 15 videos that illustrate and analyse the book’s key themes, helping you to extend your learning and enhance your reflective practice, allowing you a rare extra insight into the coaching conversation.  

This is a must-read for trainees at the later stages of a coaching qualification, and experienced practitioners looking to broaden and develop their practice.

Chapter 1: The complexity of advanced coaching practice
Chapter 2: Being focused on process and prioritising the relationship
Chapter 3: Being challenging and letting things go
Chapter 4: Being fully present and attending to the wider context
Chapter 5: Being tenacious and encouraging autonomy
Chapter 6: Being creative and protecting trust
Chapter 7: Being ethical and staying true to personal values
Chapter 8: Being who you are and adapting to others
Chapter 9: Being committed to outcomes and prioritising wellbeing
Chapter 10: Being impartial and strengthening hopefulness
Chapter 11: Being

There are many books about coaching. Few are written by people who have actually mastered both the art and science of coaching. Even fewer go beyond the written page to actually show you video examples of the craft of coaching in action. By presenting the richness of coaching - with all its complexity and sophistication - in a clear and unambiguous fashion, this book will stimulate, provoke and expand your understanding and skills. It raises the bar for coaching texts. A genuine “must have” for both the novice and experienced coach.

Professor Anthony M Grant
Coaching Psychology Unit, University of Sydney

Advanced Coaching Practice is an essential read for experienced coaches looking to develop their practice to the next level. The authors effectively combine relevant psychological theories and their own insights developed over many years as executive coaches.

Jonathan Passmore
Director of the Henley Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change

This is good resource

Mrs Josephine D Morris
Interdiscipline, Winchester University
December 9, 2020

Excellent over view with enough detail for the additional reading list

Dr Chelle Oldham
Early Years Development and Learning, Coventry University
February 5, 2020

Allowed me to develop my coaching sessions and further students understanding much quicker by allowing them to reflect more efficiently

Mr Robert Lindley
Communications, HM FORCES
November 29, 2019

The book provides a perspective on a number of critical agendas for the advanced practitioner, taking the development of professional practice beyond skills and competencies. It will provide a valuable resource for students seeking to further problematise their practice.

Peter Jackson
Business School, Oxford Brookes University
August 15, 2019

This is a great book to encourage reflective practice. The use of video clips as supporting materials is very good.

Ms Marilia Angove
Glamorgan Business School, University of South Wales (Glamorgan)
June 4, 2019