Coaching Skills is a popular text for coach training schools all over the world, brought to life with dozens of case studies and practical guidance. Jenny Rogers is one of the UK’s most experienced executive coaches with 26 Her book Coaching Skills: The definitive guide to being a coach is now in its. Read the full-text online edition of Coaching Skills: A Handbook ().
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