Life Coaching Skills provides a practical introduction to the skills needed to be an effective life coach and incorporates a wide range of practical activities for coaches to use to help their clients develop self-coaching skills. Written by leading skills expert, Richard Nelson-Jones, the book presents a four stage life coaching model based around the core concepts of relating, understanding, changing, and client self-coaching. It explores the central skills of coaching used within the model including establishing the coaching relationship; assessment and goal setting; presentation; demonstration; and consolidation. The main focus of the book is on one-to-one life coaching particularly concerning relationship, work, and health issues.
- Chapter 1: What is Life Coaching?
- Chapter 2: What are Lifeskills?
- Chapter 3: A Skills Model for Life Coaching
- Chapter 4: The Coaching Relationship
- Chapter 5: Skills for Assessment and Setting Goals
- Chapter 6: Presentation Skills
- Chapter 7: Demonstration Skills
- Chapter 8: Consolidation Skills
- Chapter 9: Group Coaching
- Chapter 10: Relationship Skills Coaching
- Chapter 11: Occupation Skills Coaching
- Chapter 12: Health Skills Coaching
- Chapter 13: Ethics in Practice and Training
- Chapter 14: Developing Self-Coaching Skills