Each year, coaches who earn their Certified Professional Coach designation with the Center for Coaching Certification are invited to participate in writing a chapter for a book. The feedback on the content has been excellent and the success of this quality book ensures it continues.
Coaching Perspectives provides excellent insights for executive, life, and business coaching as well as expertise in specific niche areas of coaching.
The chapters of Coaching Perspectives are:
- Powerful Goal Setting for Results by Cathy Liska
- A step-by-step guide on how to set goals so that you achieve them.
- Two Experts in the Coaching Process by Ruth Dillon
- A demonstration of how the client is their own best expert and the coach is the process expert.
- Positivity is Key to Effective Coaching by Pamela Lewis
- Honing in on the power of choosing positivity and the language that supports it.
- The Path to Coaching Effectively by Cynthia Foster
- Working with the first coaching client after training.
- Building Credibility and Success by Peggi Peaslee
- The importance of how you present yourself as a coach.
- Selling by NOT Telling by Erica Torres-Dudziak
- Offering coaching services as an option and an opportunity.
- Present Your Way to Profits by Megan Huber
- Speaking as a way to build your coaching business.
- I’m a Great Person – I Think by Nicole Stragalas
- About coaching individuals with fragile self-esteem.
- Coaching and Christians by Sharon Wilcox
- Understanding the hesitations of a Christian and moving forward with coaching.
- Defining Your Journey to Success: Career Coaching by
- Exploring the impact of career coaching.
- Building Leaders at Sigma-Aldrich Corporation – A Case Study by Erick Koshner
- The application of coaching leaders within a corporation.
- Moving Beyond Metrics with Performance Based Coaching by Jeanne Hathcock
- Coaching for engagement and productivity in a corporation.
The Bad: Each chapter is unique both in content and in writing style so this book is 12 e-books combined.
The Good: The flow of the chapters does work in terms of content, and the broad overview combined with specialized expertise is excellent.
Conclusion: A great read for coaches, clients, and those thinking about coaching.