Book Review of Coaching Perspectives VII

Book Review of Coaching Perspectives VII

by Cathy Liska, Linda Murphy, Trish Slatin, Pete Liska, Karly Hall, Jessica Bacher, Alina Lozonschi, Nancy Maxfield-Wilson, Janet Melancon, Karen Mildenhall, Linda Damer, Lee Massaro

Written by graduates of coach training with the Center for Coaching Certification, this book provides a great overview of coaching models and processes and then takes a deeper dive into how to coach, how to build your coaching business, coaching approaches and programs inside of companies, plus resilience and empathy as powerful coaching tools.

Summary – The chapters of the book include:

  • Coaching Models and Processes
  • Coaching Stuck Business Owners
  • Coaching for Time Money OptimizationTM
  • Social Media and Your Coaching Business
  • Self-Care Improves Your Coaching Business
  • Passion and Purpose
  • Unleash Your Potential
  • Resilience is Your Super Power
  • Coaching Leaders to Make Connections
  • Leadership and Coaching
  • Creating an Internal Coaching Program
  • Be a Better Coach with Effective Empathy

The Good:

  • The expertise and experience of the authors goes far beyond their coaching certification and provides powerful ideas and techniques for coaching.
  • Each chapter is an independent read and the combination of all the chapters is a well-rounded collection of information for coaching and for creating change.

The Bad:

  • The writing styles are different and the content in each chapter is different so be prepared for a series of articles as compared to one comprehensive story.


This book is definitely worth reading and keeping for reference in the future too.

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