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A motivational handbook packed full of expert advice on how to become a confident and capable coach.

An excellent read to inspire confidence and communication for all social settings.

With a focus on emotional intelligence – EQ is central to worklife and the possibilities to be achieved.

Written in an approachable and engaging tone; easy to absorb and learn for long lasting results.

From the author of The Negotiation Book and The Influence Book – part of the best-selling Concise Advice series.

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-53-6

FORMAT: 180 x 120mm

Bookbinding: Hardback

Number of pages: 184


AUTHOR

Nicole Soames is an EQ qualified trainer, coach and influencing specialist who has 25 years commercial experience developing tailored influencing training and coaching programmes for more than 85 different clients, in a broad range of industries, in over 12 countries. Nicole resides in the UK.


REVIEWS

Whatever your role, everyone needs a sounding board to help them order their thoughts, challenge their thinking and inspire their new goals. The Coaching Book is a valuable handbook, expertly showing the important role coaching plays in empowering people to be the very best that they can be.

Mike Saunter, International Chief Financial Officer, Clear Channel

When leaders coach well, it’s clear to see how it drives engagement and motivates individuals to be the best that they can be. This book adopts a step-by-step approach to help you practically apply coaching as a skill in and out of the workplace.

Janie Links, HR Director, Trainline

This book is packed with easy-to-apply coaching tools and techniques to help you unlock your team’s potential and maximize their performance so you can stand out from the competition.

Duncan Macdonald, Chief Information Officer, UPC

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