On its surface, James Flaherty’s book looks to be a how-to text for a rapidly
emerging set of disciplines and practices called Coaching. Don’t be misled.
This book is a lot more than that, although you can read it for no other
reason, and it will help you improve your practices as a coach (or as a
coachee, a customer of coaching).
Not long ago, coaching meant training athletes, performers, and students.
Recently, the use of the term has been extended into the worlds of
management, leadership, entrepreneurship, and performance in other
domains of life....