Co-Active Coaching, Fourth Edition
The Proven framework for transformative conversations at work and in life
By: Henry Kimsey-House, Karen Kimsey-House, Phillip Sandhal, Laura Whitworth
Management/Business & Economics/ Human Resources & Personnel Management/Coaching & Leadership
Praised by Stephen Covey as “the bible of coaching,” this definitive work helped establish the field of professional coaching more than twenty-years ago.
For decades, Co-Active Coaching has featured a systematic and transformative communication process (The Co-Active Model) for engaging with others that is supported by scientific research. It helps people build strong, collaborative relationships based on the idea that we are all naturally creative, resourceful and whole and possess the capacity for knowing what is best for ourselves.
This 4th edition of the global classic includes current neuroscience research and application of the co-active model to leadership development. It also features more examples from the author’s first hand experience, and a web-based toolkit that includes exercises and checklists for use in practice or in the classroom.