How to Coach a Woman – A Practitioner's Manual

A refreshingly different guide to becoming an ethical and responsible coach

By: Meg Reid


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Size178mm x 255mm
PublishedMarch 2012

Can you keep a secret? What if a woman took you into her confidence and told you how she really felt about her life, her ambitions, her expectations of herself, her disappointments, her successes … Would you know what to say? What if she told you life wasn’t quite what she’d planned, that cracks were starting to appear, or that she was unsure of her next move – how would you answer?

This handbook is your answer. The only guide a coach for women will ever need. Lynette Allen and Meg Reid between them have more than 20 years' experience of coaching women from every walk of life, on just about every topic you can imagine, they’ve been successfully training coaches too and have poured everything they know into this unique book. Discover their secrets, tips, techniques, exercises and tools. Dispel the myths of coaching, understand the ethics and responsibility of taking on this vital role and you’ll find a refreshingly different way to connect with your female employees or clients.

Includes a CD-ROM of practical coaching resources.

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Meg Reid

Meg Reid is the UK`s leading specialist at coaching with women who want to bridge a gap in their lives. She works with American women re-locating to England, women in mid-life and women in supportive organisational roles in Universities. Meg co-founded the UK Coaching Partnership Ltd with Lynette with the express purpose of training ethical and responsible coaches. Meg wrote the first coaching book for the Arabic world.


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