Recommended Reading - Mentor Coaching
In addition to recommended reading list from the Coach Training portion of website, I include valuable tools, resources and perspectives that can support client development as follows:
Provides the daily instructional roadmap that supports men and women, all life stages, any culture and is the most assured way to joy.
Any Boundaries Book
By Henry Cloud and John Townsend
Supports healthier lifestyles, understanding what the client is and is not responsible for in various components of his/her life.
Getting Things Done
By David Allen
Provides techniques, structures and processes that support a client's decluttering and repurposing of tasks.
Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God's Agenda
By Henry Blackaby and Richard Blackaby
Cautions and instructs away from the secular methodologies of leadership development moving believers back into a listen to God first approach to leading.
The Three Battlegrounds
By Francis Frangipane
An in-depth view of the three arenas of spiritual warfare: The mind, the church and the heavenly places.
As Silver Refined: Learning to Embrace Life's Disappointments
By Kay Arthur
Incredible Biblical perspective on disappointments of all kinds providing powerful eternal truth to combat various forms of pain and frustration, from personal failure to physical pain.
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Clients are hiring you because of you. Be careful not to lose yourself in your coaching relationships. You are you who happens to be called to coaching. You are not a coach first with you coming out of coaching. It is easy for those two things - you and coach - to get flipped. If that happens, you won't be good to anyone, certainly not to your clients!