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The Seven Steps of Effective Executive Coaching Kindle Edition
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The ACHIEVE model helps people to get to a clear understanding of what they want to do with their lives - and eschews
the idea that what presents itself first is in fact what you should go for.
ACHIEVE stands for Assessing the current situation (to help you identify the things which are really holding you back - not just what first presents itself as "the issue "); Creative brainstorming of alternatives (helping you get out of the "stuck" state); Honing goals (giving priority to the
things you want to tackle); Initiating options (helping you identify what behaviour will help you to get to your goal); Evaluating options (deciding which action to take); Valid action plan design (a clear plan with measurable steps) and finally, Encouraging momentum (keeping you on track) .
The book is chock-full of really helpful case studies to show not only coaches what can be achieved (no pun intended) and coachees that it's about THEM - not just their work. The case studies also demonstrate that this book has been written by, and for, practitioners - no theoretical wanderings here, although many of theories that underline the practical tools have their basis in sound academic theory from a variety of disciplines such as NLP, Gestalt, Goal theory, creativity and psychology.
A great, highly readable book."
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It provides step by step practices and exercises that work.
The book was simplistic and easy to read.
I would highly recommend to those who need the refresher or trying to decide if this is for them. It does require some previous knowledge and experience in coaching to truly understand the concept and follow it through professionally.