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Coaching Questions: A Coach's Guide to Powerful Asking Skills 1st Edition
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The book is laid out into six sections. The sections give question examples, coaching models and exercises. At the start of each section of questions Tony has added a sidebar that gives you the application for those questions. There are also sidebars with hints and tips throughout the book that are helpful. But the questions themselves are questions that I will use again and again.
Tony is perhaps one of the most practical authors that I have found. There's no fluff here, just good practical information. I highly recommend this resource!
If you are a coach, don't think about it...just buy it!
Tony Stoltzfus and created a very helpful guide with his Coaching Questions. The first section of the book covers the groundwork. Why ask? He gives you five great reasons why asking is so important and effective.
1. The answers lie within the person being coached.
2. Asking creates buy-in
3. Asking empowers - it gives the client confidence and encourages them
4. Asking develops leadership
5. And it creates authenticity
He then moves to the top ten asking mistakes. We tend to ask closed end questions, we lead the client or we ask rambling questions. There is lots of additional very helpful information in the first section of the book.
In section II, he goes over the coaching process which is a mini course in effective coaching. He spends time on the different conversation models, the coaching funnel, the coaching agenda and the life wheel assessment. Again he covers lots of additional material in this section.
In section III, he covers life coaching and destiny discovery. Here the question are designed for the client to get a clear picture of who they are, what motivates them, their dreams and desires, the obstacles holding them back.
Section IV is coaching in action, creating a better life today. Again the coaching is built around powerful and probing questions. Section V is about advanced asking skills. In section VI he covers the different coaching niches.Read more ›
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This is a great coaching resource book, to add to your coaching library. Tony has produced a well written and easy to follow coaching book. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Gums
This is a great place to start for the novice coach. It also has some tool for the experienced coach. I like the format and the way the author chose to organize the book. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Mike Salemme
Very helpful book for life coaching. Downloading of material went without difficultyPublished 15 days ago by bgoose1
Easy to follow, in keeping with our Christian tradition. Shows care for clients, believe it is really helpful to them.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great practical guide to the power of questions and some really great lists of high value questions as the kicker!Published 1 month ago by Greg S Rodgers
If you are looking to ask the right questions this book is a must. I found it to be super helpful and will make me ask more powerful questions.Published 1 month ago by Carol Mortarotti Mason
Life changing! This book will teach you how to effectively speak to people. Perfect for all business people whether or not you are a coach.Published 1 month ago by Brittany Chavez