Coaching for Transformation puts a new spin on coaching. The authors explore not only how the coach empowers clients to support personal growth but also social change. The self-awareness tools awaken passion that helps clients identify their deepest yearning and make a difference in the world. Rather than a mere “how-to” manual, this book presents a model of coaching from the inside out, examining the relationship of mind, heart, body and spirit in both the coach and the client. The authors present five pathways to transformation: • exploring needs and values • experiencing the moment • envisioning the future • expanding the view • embracing the shadow Each pathway reinvigorates passion and supports commitment to new actions based on self-alignment. The book is filled with ways to develop empathic presence and empower people to take action based on self-intimacy. Coaching for Transformation presents simple, profound tools for calling out the power of the people we coach. By developing your “coach’s stand” (a courageous, empowered set of physical, mental and spiritual qualities that inspire clients) you create a unique style that includes both compassionate and fierce coaching. The real value of this book lies in the authors’ commitment to take coaching out into the world beyond people with power and privilege. As you step into the Coaching for Transformation process, you create sacred relationships with your clients that take them to the core of their being. These relationships are the foundation for their discovery of who they are, what they want and how they contribute to their family, workplace, community and the world. This holistic approach includes 24 coaching skills that help clients identify and stretch toward goals that create a better world. The coaching process results in empowerment and lasting change. The authors are successful coaches who offer a transformative 9-month coaching certification program through their organization, Leadership that Works. They are pioneers in bringing coaching to nonprofits and social activists. Among their clients are leaders in the social sector, philanthropists, corporate executives, universities and individuals from all walks of life. Chapters include: Section I: Getting Started 1. Welcome to Coaching 2. Cultivating Presence 3. Core Skills –The Coach's Palette 4. Calling out the Power Section II: Pathways to Alignment 5. Exploring Needs and Values 6. Experiencing the Moment 7. Envisioning the Future 8. Expanding the View 9. Embracing the Shadow Section III: Making Visions Real 10. Strategy in Action 11. The Business of Coaching Section IV: Evolution of Coaching 12. Contributions to Coaching 13. Cross Cultural Coaching 14. Power, Privilege and Coaching 15. Coaching in Organizations 16. Coaching for Social Change 17. Soul and Spirit Most valuable of all are the examples of coaching dialogues that demonstrate the skills and processes that lead to transformation. These real examples make it easy to start using the skills right awayÜber den Autor:
Martha Lasley, MBA, PCC is a founding partner of Leadership that Works, Martha creates results-oriented programs that inspire, motivate, and transform. Passionate about mentoring leaders, she helps teams develop a coaching culture where visionaries and change agents shift the power dynamics so that all people can thrive. As a trainer for the Center for Nonviolent Communication, she is an advocate for doing inner work in order to fuel the outer work we’re called to do. She has authored two earlier books: Facilitating with Heart and Courageous Visions. Virginia Kellogg, MCC takes a stand and fights for those who are marginalized and stays true to herself and the planet at a heart level. What makes Virginia’s work unique is her commitment to expanding the reach of the coaching profession. She is a staunch supporter of making coaching available, moving coaching from its current context of privilege into the wide world. As a pioneer in connecting the field of coaching to the greater need in the world, she has been instrumental in creating the bridge between coaching, nonprofits and philanthropy and bringing coaching innovations into the social sector. Richard Michaels, MCC is a certified gestalt therapist, master certified coach and a visionary cofounder of the Coaching for Transformation certification training. He has been an executive coach and life coach for 18 years. Richard has been creating and facilitating personal, professional and spiritual development programs for over 35 years in the US, Canada and Mexico. The common thread in his work has been in-depth transformation through increasing self-awareness, self-confidence, creativity, skillfulness in communication and effective action. He was a founding member, mentor, fund-raiser and former trustee of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Lenox, MA. Sharon Y. Brown, MS, PCC is a catalyst for personal, organizational and community transformation. She supports people to envision powerful futures, overcome obstacles and co-create or advocate for the changes they want for their lives, families, organizations and communities. Drawing on her deep connection with Spirit and the ancestors, Sharon brings warmth and compassion in addition to a fierce commitment to collaboration, connection, personal and cultural awareness, and justice.
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