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* A foundational and seminal text, that is widely used in coaching at all levels. * Written by one of the leading international figures in coaching. * Fully updated, the fourth edition includes two brand new chapters on inner purpose and somatic intelligence.
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"James Flaherty's Coaching has been for some years a foundational text for the field. This fourth edition updates the material and adds two vital new chapters, Somatic Intelligence and Midlife Drift. I continue to be impressed with James's clarity, thoroughness, compassion, wisdom, and his generous referencing of a wide variety of useful sources. For those who have read Coaching, this is a useful update; for those who have not-whether you are a new or an experienced coach or interested in exploring coaching-this book will not only open your eyes; it will provide insights and practices to set you on a new course." Norman Fischer, poet, Zen priest, author of Museum of Capitalism and When You Greet Me I Bow: Notes and Reflections From A Life in Zen "James Flaherty's book Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others has established itself as an indispensable classic in the field. In this fourth edition, new chapters on somatic approaches to coaching and on 'midlife drift' add crucial pieces to an already excellent guide to coaching the whole person. Highly recommended." Russ Hudson, author of The Enneagram: Nine Gateways to Presence and co-author of The Wisdom of the Enneagram "James Flaherty has written a thoughtful and deeply insightful guide for coaches-equal parts theory and practical instruction with valuable distinctions in how to apply these learnings to ourselves and our coaching practice." Laila Tarraf, Chief People Officer, Allbirds and author of Strong Like Water "Coaching is a must-read for coaches, HR professionals, and managers! It has been a core foundation of my own coaching work for two decades. This edition offers exciting new reflections and practices for building somatic intelligence and navigating mid-life, enriching the coach's toolbox significantly." Amy Jen Su, executive coach and author of The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles for Bringing Out Your Best Self; Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Paravis Partners "James Flaherty's sage teaching clearly comes from one who has journeyed his somatic interior thoroughly enough to know just the right ways to gently invite us to trust our own." Susan Olesek, Founder, Enneagram Prison Project and The Human Potentialists "In a practical and engaging way, James Flaherty skillfully synthesizes many disciplines into an approachable and effective system for human transformation at an individual and collective level. In this new edition, James expands the coaching perspective to the world of somatic intelligence and that of life transitions, particularly mid-life, offering powerful reflections and practices to deepen one's awareness and connection to meaning. A gem to help anyone get closer to realising their potential." Luzette Jaimes, Director of Learning and Development, Ashoka and Co-Founder of the Consciousness Coalition Praise for Earlier Editions of Coaching: "In Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others, James Flaherty brilliantly dissects both the art and science of coaching-one of the more difficult and least understood roles in organizations. Beginning with theories, concepts, and models, he shows their application to practice and empowers any aspiring coach to be more effective in helping people achieve their goals. A better book on this subject just doesn't exist." Jerry I. Porras, Lane Professor of Organizational Behavior and Change Emeritus, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University and Co-Author, Built to Last "As the field of coaching finds its way to becoming a mature discipline, James Flaherty's dedicated field research, study, and sound articulation offers a definitive ground and a sensibility of genuine care. At the core, this book offers a way of thinking about human beings that makes action and practice central to learning. This is a no-nonsense, generous, pragmatic book that belongs on the shelf of every coach, novice or veteran." Richard S
James Flaherty, MCC, is the founder of New Ventures West, Integral Leadership LLC, and Integral Engagements LLC. He designed the Professional Coaching Course and dozens of other programs, and over the past four decades he has led coaching and leadership courses involving thousands of people throughout North America, South Africa, Asia, and Europe. He has coached top executives at many Fortune 500 companies and is a highly sought-after speaker at meetings and conferences.
1. The Foundation for Coaching 2. Basic Principles 3. The Flow of Coaching 4. The Coaching Relationship 5. Openings 6. Assessment Models 7. How Things Really Get Done 8. Enrollment 9. Coaching Conversations 10. Stuck 11. Midlife Drift 12. Somatic Intelligence: The Missing Piece in Adult Development 13. Getting in Condition for Change 14. Track Two: Working with Ourselves