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Tools, Techniques, Questions, and Dialogue

  By Cathy Liska For many new coaches, figuring out how to use different tools and processes is of great interest.  What is often the challenge we all face as coaches is truly co-creating the coaching relationship with the client.  … Read more

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Can a coach help me when I have a setback in life or work?

Yes!  Often when we have a setback, it is easy to get stuck.  We focus on the problem, the unfairness, fears, challenges.  When you work with a coach who has their coaching certification, you will be empowered to focus on … Read more

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Learning to Coach through the Center for Coaching Certification – Class #3 – Understanding Your Client

Blog series by Joann Evans Joann Evans holds a B.S. in microbiology and chemistry. She is also a certified Paralegal. She has 20 years’ experience in quality assurance, control and engineering in fields such as pharmaceutical, medical device, IVD, biotech … Read more

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Book Review of Pivot Point by Julie Kratz

This book addresses mid-career women and coaches them on how to build a winning career game plan. It is a tool for mid-career individuals that also applies generally in life. For coaches it provides ideas on how to work with … Read more

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Book Review of Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organizational Leaders by Brian O Underhill and Kimcee McAnally

This book addresses coaching – starting with explaining the purpose and usage, then moving into specific application along with support for making the case for coaching. Summary – the chapters of the book include: Introduction Coaching Has Come of Age … Read more

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Book Review of Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling by Edgar Schein

A quote from the author in the introduction does a great job of summarizing the focus: “Humble Inquiry is the fine art of drawing someone out, of asking questions to which you do not already know the answer, of building … Read more

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Tools for Health and Wellness Coaching

Coaches access a multitude of tools in serving their clients – some in preparation for a coaching engagement such as assessments – and others while coaching. Tools are often learned, developed, and refined in coach training and while providing coaching. … Read more

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