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«Problem talk creates problems – Solutions Talk creates solutions!»

Brief Coaching for Lasting Solutions
for Lasting Solutions

This book teaches coaches how to conduct conversations that are most useful to clients as they work to achieve their goals within a brief period of time.

Solution-Focus Coaching
Like so many helping professionals today, coaches are discovering that the most effective support is not always the one that takes the most time. Perhaps more so than in any other situation, coaching allows practitioners to quickly form collaborative relationships with their clients and help them maximise their performance in work and life.

Brief Coaching for Lasting Solutions
teaches coaches how to conduct conversations that are most useful to clients as they work to achieve their goals within a brief period of time. The authors, two of the leading practitioners of the brief coaching method, masterfully guide readers through the steps of this process - from the initial meeting to follow-up sessions to troubleshooting while illustrating essential skills with ample case examples.

This book is written for coaches who want to reduce effective coaching whilst making the best possible use of the resources the client brings to the table. At the same time it is written for the benefit of today's clients, so many of whom want to avoid time-consuming and costly coaching and instead seek coaching that is organised, efficient and affordable.

Whether your clients seek a solution to a specific problem or strive toward a more general life goal, this invaluable resource will put you on the path to brief coaching success.

CHF 45.00

 

Reviews
“I whole heartedly recommend this book, which is surprisingly free of jargon and filled with real-life examples and practical wisdoms.”
The International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching, Paul Barber

“With Brief Coaching for Lasting Solutions, Insoo Kim Berg and Peter Szabó make an important contribution to the expanding field of coaching. With great clarity and illustrative examples, they walk the reader through a very sound positive approach to working with clients. An approach that is reminiscent of Appreciative Inquiry. They well recognize the importance of being efficient with our coaching and helping clients get to where they want to be this week or this month, rather than just this year. I am happy to recommend it to any coach or aspiring coach.”
Sir John Withmore, Founding Partner of performance consultants and author of coaching for performance

“I wish every coach in the personal-growth industry adopted the solution-focused, efficient-coaching principles presented in this book”.
 www.OfSpirit.com Magazine

 

 

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