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Bonanza Book Giveaway: Question #5


Answer the final quiz question in our Bonanza Book Giveaway and win 'Further Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring' by David Megginson & David Clutterbuck.

Question 5:

Who wrote: 'How to overcome the wobble factor?' and what are two of the five tips the article gives to help trainers?

About the book:

No one is better equipped to write such a book than the two Davids Clutterbuck and Megginson. Their detailed and meticulous work will serve as an invaluable resource for many coaches. Many of them may already be naturally using a combination of the techniques offered, but they way this book reinforces and contextualises them will help to consolidate the best practices currently deployed. The many case studies to which the authors refer well illustrate the techniques in application. I particularly welcomed the prominence given to Relationship (Chapter 1) and to Self-Knowledge (Chapter 4) the basis and the essence of good coaching and mentoring.

John Whitmore, Author of Coaching for Performance and voted Britain's top Business coach in the Independent.

The art of facilitating human development implies the eagerness and the ability to call upon multiples tools, disciplines and perspectives. This excellent book provides a wide variety of powerful techniques, concrete case studies and useful resources.
David Clutterbuck and David Megginson continue to bring an essential contribution to build and enhance the coaching and mentoring professions.
Philippe Rosinski, Master Certified Coach, Principal of Rosinski & Company and Author of Coaching Across Cultures

"Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring confirms Clutterbuck and Megginson as the leading advocates for a professional, international, and yet very humanistic approach to one-to-one helping. The book offers the latest techniques from practitioners in the field coupled with real-life cases. A superb resource for all coaches and mentors and a must read for all those who want be learn more about one-to-one helping."

Jim Herbolich, Director of Academic Affairs, European Foundation for Management Development (efmd)

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