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Coaching with NLP: How to be a Master Coach - Joseph O'Connor,Andrea Lages - cover

Coaching with NLP: How to be a Master Coach

Joseph O'Connor, Andrea Lages

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Anno: 2004
Rilegatura: Paperback / softback
Pagine: 224 p.
Testo in English
Dimensioni: 246 x 189 mm
Peso: 540 gr.
  • EAN: 9780007151226
A practical guide to using NLP in business and life coaching from bestselling NLP expert Joseph O'Connor. This book is suitable for both established coaches and for those who are being coached. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is the psychology of excellence. It is based on the practical skills that are used by all good communicators to obtain excellent results. These skills are invaluable for personal and professional development. NLP provides most, if not all, of the skills necessary to become a full time coach or a manager who coaches. This book will help all those looking to have any level of involvement in coaching either as a coach or as the recipient of coaching. NLP enables the coaching process to be faster with fewer meetings, a great benefit in today's time-pressured industries. This book is one of the first to combine business and life coaching with NLP. It provides guidelines and skills for an improved all-round performance as a coach, along with the skills necessary to look after, organize and coach yourself. It provides a comprehensive guide to coaching that will meet the needs of all, no matter what their involvement in coaching.
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    (Dublino 1963) scrittore e giornalista irlandese. Ha esordito nel 1991 con Cowboys & Indians, seguito da Desperados (Desperadoes, 1994), affermandosi definitivamente come voce di spicco della nuova letteratura irlandese con i tragicomici romanzi Il rappresentante (The salesman, 1998), La fine della strada (Inishowen, 2000) e Quell’incredibile inverno del ’75 (The comedian, 2000). Si è fatto promotore di una letteratura che si confronta, senza esserne soffocata, con le proprie radici storiche e i propri miti, come testimoniano i romanzi a sfondo storico Stella del mare. Addio alla vecchia Irlanda (Star of the sea, 2003), La moglie del generale (Redemption falls, 2007) e Una canzone che ti strappa il cuore (Ghost light, 2010), nonché la curatela di Yeats è morto (Yeats is dead!, 2001), singolare... Approfondisci
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