Question: Who is the intended audience?
Answer: Whether you’re a layman or a professional coach, this easy-to-read guidebook will show you how to motivate, manage and empower others to succeed at their business or personal goals. Essential reading for CEOs, entrepreneurs, managers motivating teams, consultants working with clients, human resources professionals, parents of teenagers, corporate trainers and coaches, teachers, counselors, and anyone who is responsible for the success of others.
Q: What is the book about?
A: This is a practical guidebook that is written to take the mystery out of coaching, define coaching as well as distinguish it from leadership and management. The reader will discover essential and proven coaching principles with easy to use coaching tools and models. This book is packed with real case histories, examples of practical coaching and tools to implement immediately.
Q: Why are you the best person to write this book?
A: We have been successfully coaching executives, managers, entrepreneurs and teams for three decades. We’ve given workshops, seminars, sessions, and one-on-one programs to people in every facet of life, from educational leadership to men and women entering new career pathways. The term “coach” might be new to some, but we’ve been studying and testing various coaching styles and techniques for more than 30 cumulative years around the world. Coaching is a set of tools that we’ve used and trained thousands of people to help them accomplish their goals. People often find that the tools provided can be applied to their lives at home with their families, communities and on the soccer field. Our myriad of experience and the case histories that we provide in the book put the meat and potatoes to the concept called coaching.
Q: How is this book different from other books on this topic?
A: This book is different from others because of the 53 unique tools and models presented. This book becomes an easy guidebook for the reader and is packed with user-friendly techniques, tips and suggestions.
Q: Is there anything else we should know about this book?
A: Coach Anyone About Anything was listed in Amazon’s Best 100 Business Books for 2003; it is published in four different languages in 9 countries.