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The Life Coaching Handbook


There are many ways we can approach this, but one of the core methods is through behavioral modeling. We like to look to others who have got it right, those who have achieved success, and ask how they did it. The good news is, these people are usually quite happy to share, and the explosion of life coaching and personal development books that are now available is a testimony to this.




The Life Coaching Handbook



Dr. Stephen R. Covey was an international leader and authority on leadership and inter-family relationships. He worked as a highly sought-after speaker, consultant and academic, guiding and coaching millions through his books and teachings.


Based on her work as a psychologist, Jeffers has helped thousands of people to understand better why they fear the things they do, how our fears are often deeply rooted in past trauma or pain, and how to overcome this to live a more fulfilling life.


Martha Beck holds a Ph.D. from Harvard and is an international life coach, speaker and best-selling author of several books. Her work focuses on supporting individuals and groups to achieve their life goals and find personal and professional success.


Explorers depend on the North Star when there are no other landmarks in sight. The same relationship exists between you and your right life, the ultimate realization of your potential for happiness. I believe that a knowledge of that perfect life sits inside you just as the North Star sits in its unaltering spot.


Through her book, Beck shares her step-by-step coaching program for you to follow to discover your own North Star. Broken down into easy to follow chapters, with exercises to help you along the way, this book promises to:


You Are a Badass is aimed at individuals who are ready to take control of their life, understand who they are and why they behave in the ways they do, and who are prepared to make big changes to start living the life they truly want.


He uses personal stories, humorous anecdotes, and experience, as well as real-life examples to make his points come to life, and how the process of caring less about being happy all the time and merely embracing honesty and curiosity can lead to great things.


Not only does it comprehensively cover different coaching methods, but it also includes ethical guidelines, frameworks, and in-depth coaching philosophies to support you in understanding the work you undertake as a coach.


The book is also a great toolkit to keep to hand as it contains more than 1000 examples of different questions to ask and build upon when coaching clients. Both new and experienced coaches will find this a valuable resource.


Patrick Williams is a long-serving life coach and founder of the Institute of Life Coaching (ILCT). He has previously written two books about coaching, and this, his third book, is a deep dive into all aspects of the coaching journey.


Using lessons and teachings from his courses, training, and workshops at the ILTC, this book provides a seamless path of instruction for all the coaching fundamentals. From communication and listening skills, language, effective questioning, down to how to prepare and plan a positive coaching session.


The book also covers more in-depth topics around coaching, including ethics, core competencies, specific wellness coaching, and the impact of positive psychology and neuroscience on the coaching journey and relationship.


The third edition of the book has been updated to include the full course curriculum from The Coaches Training Institute and the newly updated Co-Active Coaching Model, which emphasizes the transformational change a client goes through on the coaching journey.


The model has also been extended to support leadership management and organizational effectiveness. This audiobook edition includes an online coaching toolkit and over 35 exercises, questionnaires and resources for the aspiring coach.


Bungay Stanier is a highly successful CEO, coach, and leader, and in his book he outlines his formula for building effective coaching into your day, in just ten minutes, so teams can focus on having a greater impact through good work.


I will engage in reading several of the books you have recommended,in the near future.My journey of knowledge and professional practice in coaching and councelling is in the offspring,thank you so much


Great recommendations of some good books. I have read a few of them.I would like to request you toadd a book that I have written about how to live a sensible life by handling everything that you encounter in life. Here is the URL of the book:


This handbook is a must for any aspiring life coach practitioner.If you ever invest in only one book about coaching then this is the one taking you through what life coaching is, how to coach effectively and how to set up and sustain a successful practice. It is clearly written and well presented with each chapter beginning with a synopsis and ending with a bullet point summary which serve as an excellent trigger regarding the key content.


Anyone who is interested in coaching themselves and others, this book offers a comprehensive guide through some popular coaching techniques such as the ICANDO model and some advanced NLP based techniques. More significantly it is an excellent guide for new coaches seeking to set up their own coaching practises and an excellent reference for the busy practitioner seeking to enhance their skills.


Highly recommended, Curley Martins handbook was the first comprehensive guide I came across when I began to train and set up my own practice in life coaching and it has remained my bible ever since.


Coaching is a powerful career growth tool. Individual contributors and people leaders can both benefit from coaching. It's a common misconception that coaches are a last resort resource, or only for team members who are on a performance improvement plan. It's also a misconception that coaching is only for senior leaders.


  • When to EncourageAt the beginning of a coaching conversation, acknowledge progress made or an accomplishment achieved.

  • During a conversation, acknowledge when the coachee makes a connection or gains new insight.

  • During brainstorming, acknowledge when somone has sretched beyond their comfort zone.

  • During planning for action, acknowledge someone's commitment to change.



  • Strategies to practice encouragingAcknowledging: Focuses on the coachee - who they are as a person and what they have done in their life, their inner character. Make the coachee feel unique and that you recognize what sets them apart.

  • Appreciating: Focuses on the positive impact and contribution of the deed to others.

  • Praising: Focuses on the deed, what people do - results, transparency, efficiency, inclusion, and performance.



  • Strategies on how to be presentMake gestures such as nodding your head to show you are present.

  • Empty your own mind of all preoccupations that are diverting your own focus, attention, and energy.

  • Ground yourself in an open, curious, and appreciative mindset.

  • Look for something to appreciate about your coachee, your self, and the coaching process.

  • Ground yourself in your intentions for the coaching conversation.



Building trust is an important ingredient in coaching and team dynamics. Trust lies at the heart of a functioning and cohesive team. There are five dysfunctions of a team according to Patrick Lencioni that can break down trust throughout the team:


When you are planning for action while wearing your coaching hat, you are not evaluating or judging or driving your agenda. The coachee should ultimately decide the action steps, committing to their path forward. As a coach, you are curious and non-judgemental while living up to GitLab values.


In an all-remote organization, coaching is a critical skill for managers to develop and improve upon as they progress in their careers. Coaching helps to facilitate the career development of team members through regular coaching conversations. Coaching helps team members change behavior, improve performance, and sustain commitment through encouragement, support, collaborative problem-solving, goal setting, and feedback.


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) does not collect data specifically on life coaches. Instead, BLS counts these workers among rehabilitation counselors; educational, guidance, school, and vocational counselors; and personal care and service workers, all other. Life coaches may work for organizations such as residential care or treatment facilities, aiding clients who want to overcome challenges. Self-employed coaches sometimes work as consultants or contractors for businesses that offer life coaching as a wellness perk to employees.


According to an International Coaching Federation report, the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study, there were about 17,500 coach practitioners in North America in 2015. Coach practitioners, a designation that excludes athletic or sports coaches, reported an average annual income from coaching of about $61,900. (The median annual wage for all workers was $36,200 in May 2015, according to BLS.)


But the federation also reports that few coach practitioners work exclusively as coaches. Life coaches may prefer the flexibility of working part time. Or they may work full time in another occupation and pursue life coaching as a sideline. Some of these dual jobholders eventually decide to make life coaching their primary job.


This sequel to the acclaimed book Leadership Coaching opens with an in-depth treatment of the foundations of life coaching. The premise: that the models we use to understand purpose must fit with the record of Jesus' life we find in the Gospels. Tony explores levels of God's purposes: that your call to be in communion with God comes first, then your life mission to be Jesus to the world, and last your temporal happiness. You'll look at concepts like finding your life in serving others, living toward heaven, seeking eternal rewards, the intimate bond with Christ's heart that forms through sharing his sufferings, and more. Examining purpose in the light of Jesus' life helps sort out the self-focused value system that has crept into much of our thinking on destiny. 041b061a72


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