Edited by Terry H. Hildebrandt, PhD; Francine Campone, EdD; Kathy Norwood EdD; and Erek J. Ostrowski, PhD.
“This important volume will be a valuable tool for leadership coaches and coach trainers who are shaping the next generation of leadership coaches.” Dr. Damian Goldvarg, Past Global President, International Coach Federation.
Today, at the beginning of the 2020’s, the need for effective leadership coaching is more urgent than ever. In response, this book offers a broad and multi-disciplinary overview of coaching in the twenty-first century, with contributions from 27 leading coaches and coach educators across North America, Europe and Asia. It is organized in 5 sections:
Part I offers an overview of the “ancestors” of coaching, whose theories and practices have informed coaching from its beginnings
Part II consists of five chapters including research, theories, and models that inform coaching with leaders and executives.
Part III includes four chapters focused on a variety of theories, research, and techniques that enable transformational change with coaching clients.
Part IV includes four chapters focused on coaching in an organizational or group context.
Part V includes three chapters covering research and applied theory for educating and developing professional coaches.
Available from Fielding Graduate Press