The Art of Coaching Pocket Guide (hard copy)
“The ability to engage, inspire, teach, and motivate others is not just a coaching skill, it’s a life skill.”
This Art of Coaching Pocket Guide has applications in professional, sporting, and personal settings.
Coaching is a set of actions, behaviours, beliefs, and knowledge sharing to improve a person or team. The important part is that it is delivered by someone who is trusted and respected. Every Coach has a unique formula for pursuing this and The Art of Coaching eBook is a practical guide to help support and develop the skills of any Coach.
This guide outlines the 5 essential pillars of any successful Coach, whilst providing clear frameworks for thinking and offers over 70 practical tips that can be implemented immediately.
This guide is a must-have tool kit for any experienced or aspiring coach, no matter the context or setting.
“A good Coach can change a game – a great coach can shape a life”
– David Stewart
Why is this Pocket Guide so powerful?
- It’s an easy to read guide on how to become an amazing Coach
- Targets all Coaches in all circumstances (business, sport, education, parenting)
- Breaks down the key themes of Coaching and team dynamics, so it is easily understood
- Includes 75 practical tips that can be implemented immediately
- Is structured around 5 Pillars of Coaching:
- The Coach’s Motivation (what the Coach stands for)
- The Coach’s Game Plan (the Coaching building blocks)
- Team Culture & Cohesion (creating the right environment)
- Motivating Others (how to inspire)
- Fuelling High Performance (good – better – best)
- Includes a number of practical coaching frameworks to use and adapt
- Entails a simple coaching checklist to apply
- Promotes self-reflection and application
“I have developed this guide to help Coaches Coach! Coaching cuts across many leadership qualities. My aim is for this eBook to provide a set of practical tools, tips, and frameworks, so any coach can become more effective, confident, and capable. It fits into the DNA of our purpose – helping those who can make a difference, make a difference.”
– David Stewart