We’ve assembled a wonderful celebration of the best content of the Library over the last 10 years! The Table of Contents are below and you can download the whole nearly 300 page book for free using the red download button at the bottom of the page! Enjoy!
We are excited to bring you this CURATED2017 publication to celebrate the ten years of amazing articles you’ve submitted to the Library.
This book is divided into sections:
Section One: Ten Years of the Library, where we have 10 articles, the best one from each year. These articles illustrate the diversity of offerings in the library—in terms of both length and focus (from coaching theory and research to practical coaching tips).
Section Two: The Future of Coaching, which brings you a sample article from each of the first 12 issues of this digital magazine (which is embedded in the library). We have included the introduction to each issue which provides a listing of all essays include in this issue. We invite you to view the upcoming quarterly issues of this digital magazine (to be found along with our other digital magazines by clicking on “Magazine” in the navigation bar located near the top of the library home page).
Please feel free to share this collection of materials with anyone you know who would be interested, and be sure to let everyone know there’s over 800 articles available at https://libraryofprofessionalcoaching.com/ for free!
Table of Contents
REACH: 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBRARY OF PROFESSIONAL COACHING
LIBRARY OF PROFESSIONAL COACHING SPONSORS
CURATED 2017 EDITORS: POMERANTZ AND BERGQUIST
SECTION ONE: TEN YEARS OF THE LIBRARY
Suzi Pomerantz: Powerful Conversations Generative Powerful Results
Lloyd Raines: Moral Development and Integral Coaching
Paulette Rao: Authentic Marketing vs. Self Promotion
John Bush: Decision Theory in Complex Systems
William Bergquist: Searching for Vitality: Coaching through The Lenses of Adult Development Theory and Research
Gail Johnson Vaughan: An Invitation to Renewal
Anne Miller: The Power of Authentic Interviews: Getting To Know Yourself Better
Emma-Louise Elsey: Your Ultimate Coaching Tool: The FROW Model Explained and Why It Always Works!
Marcia Reynolds: May Transformative Coaching Takes Guts
William Bergquist: Psychological Contract or Covenant: The Coaching Challenge
BENEFACTORS OF THE LIBRARY
SECTION TWO: THE FUTURE OF COACHING
Issue One: Coaching Across the Generations
Vicki Foley and William Bergquist: Coaching the Young Client
Issue Two: Here Be Dragons: Exploring the Terrain of Professional Coaching Research
Lou Stern: List of Journal Articles by Focus Area, Date and Author
Issue Three: We Invite You to Make a Mess: Enhancing Research Regarding Professional Coaching
Jonathan Sibley: What is Coaching? What Isn’t Coaching Where are the Boundaries?
Issue Four: Coaching in the Professions: Challenges and Culture
Margaret Cary: Coaching Physicians
Issue Five: ROI and Beyond—The Promises, Pitfalls and Perspectives of Coaching Program Evaluation
Lory Lanese: Leadership Change Ending Blindness and Igniting Intention Measuring and Graphing Change
Issue Six: Supervision and the Future of Coaching
Michael Stratford: We’ve Lost our Way AND Our Soul in The Process
Issue Seven: Coaching and the Sociology of Knowledge
Bill Carrier: An Interview with John Lazar—Institutions and Influences
Issue Eight: The Terrain of Personal and Life Coaching
David Skibbins and William Bergquist: Ten Trends in Personal/Life Coaching
Issue Nine: The Terrain of Organizational and Executive Coaching
Carol Goldsmith: Ten Trends Driving Organizational Coaching
Issue Ten: Personal and Organizational Coaching: Is There a Bridge?
Mary Jo Ammon: Coaching in the Real World: One Size Does NOT Fit All
Issue Eleven: The Coaching Tool Box
Bill Carrier: Client-Led Consolidation of Learning and Review Of Return on Investment
Issue Twelve: Ethics in Action
Patrick Williams: Ethics in a Historical View & A Framework For Ethical Decision Making
PATRONS OF THE LIBRARY