Association for Coaching launches industry guide
The Association for Coaching is launching its first book - Excellence in Coaching, the Industry Guide.
Topics covered include an overview of coaching, coaching within organisations, setting up and running a coaching practice and ethics in coaching.
The book also contains information on behavioural coaching, solution focused coaching, NLP coaching, transpersonal coaching, integrative coaching and inter-cultural coaching.
Katherine Tulpa, chair of the Association for Coaching, said: "This is something we have wanted to develop for a long time. It formally brings together the thought-leaders within our industry, while at the same time promotes the use of best practice and ethics within the coaching profession.
"The time is right for a book of this kind to be published and it has taken a lot of hard work and co-ordination from all the people involved in producing it."
Published by Kogan Page, the book contains contributions from coaching industry figures including Anthony Grant, John Whitmore, Ian McDermott, Graham Alexander, Cary Cooper, Katherine Tulpa, Peter Hawkins, Michael Neenan, Alex Szabo, Phillipe Rosinski, Carol Wilson, Allard de Jong, Hetty Einzig, Frank Bresser, Maria Alicia Pena and Geoffrey Abbot.Excellence in Coaching, the Industry Guide, will be available from 5th September 2006.
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