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Preface. Acknowledgments. The Author. PART ONE: CORE CONCEPTS: THE COACH'S STANCE. 1. An Introduction to Executive Coaching. 2. Developing a Strong Signature Presence. 3. Systems Thinking: Understanding the Executive's Challenges and the Coach's Challenges. 4. The Triangled Coach: Being Effective in the Middle. PART TWO: METHODOLOGY: THE FOUR PHASES OF COACHING. 5. Phase 1?Contracting: Find a Way to Be a Partner. 6. Phase 2?Planning: Keep Ownership with the Client. 7. Phase 3?Live-Action Coaching: Strike While the Iron Is Hot. 8. Phase 4?Debriefing: Define a Learning Focus. 9. An ROI Method for Executive Coaching: Have the Client Convince the Coach of the Return on Investment. PART THREE: SPECIAL APPLICATIONS. 10. Making a Strategic Transition to the Role of Executive Coach. 11. Helping Leaders Effectively Coach Employees. Afterword: Coaching for the Coach. Appendix A: The Core Activities and Outcomes of the Coaching Phases. Appendix B: Executive Coaching Skills Self-Assessment Survey. Appendix C: Questions for Clients. Appendix D: Combining Coaching and Consulting for Powerful Results. Notes. References. Index.
Mary Beth O'Neill is an executive coach, leadership consultant, author, and leader of the Executive Coach Training Seminar Series. She can be reached at www.mboExecutiveCoaching.com.