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by Lis Paice Paice

Category: Management and Leadership
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Lis Paice Paice
ISBN: 0335246885
ISBN13: 978-0335246885
Language: English
Publisher: Open University Press (November 1, 2012)
Pages: 136
Fb2 eBook: 1105 kb
ePub eBook: 1313 kb
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New Coach: Reflections F. .has been added to your Basket. I found Lis's book to be imminently readable and understandable, and gained some wonderful insights into new ways of reflecting on coaching sessions. It also reminded me of the times when coaching hasn't gone as well as I'd expected and the reasons why that may be - it may not be about the coach but about where the client is and what they understood (or didn't, or 'mis'-understood!) about coaching. I loved Lis's honesty and humbleness.

Lis Paice's positivity shines through on every page of this book. The book will be a tremendous introduction for those setting out on the same path as new coaches, or for. The book will be a tremendous introduction for those setting out on the same path as new coaches, or for more experienced coaches who want to compare their journey with hers. Dr John Launer, Honorary Consultant and Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Tavistock Clinic, London, UK"I love this book. I've not seen a book before that uses the experience of the one who is learning rather than just telling you how to do it.

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AfinaS
"New Coach" tells in a personal, engaging voice the story of a highly successful medical doctor called to a vocation as a coach after medical career capped by her service as Chairman of the Dean-Directors of the UK National Health Service. Along the way, I found concise tips for being a good coach, some rather surprising. Much of the insights seem relevant and adaptable to my never-ending search for ways to become a better manager of people and to give advice in more useful and prudent ways. It's a quick read. The author won the NHS Mentor of the Year award. I recommend the book, whether you are, or aim to be, certified as a coach or are simply seeking be more helpful to employees, friends and family. Dr. Paice was awarded the OBE for her service with the Dean Directorate.
Zicelik
It is February 2013, four months after this book was published in the UK by the Open University. The book is desperately needed in the United States. It is written by the former Dean of Postgraduate Medical Education for London, Dr. Elisabeth Paice, OBE (or "Lis Paice, as she is identified on the cover). After 16 years in her job, which means overseeing the clinical training in the London hospitals of each year's output of British medical schools, she decided it was time to retire. She became a personal coach and this is a record of her early years as a coach - what she learned about herself, her clients and people in general. The book has broader significance than the author claims. The United States has a medical care system that functions well for the 1%, and attracts wealthy people from overseas to get high-quality high-cost care, but does not work so well for the 99%. The United States ranks at the top (#2 after East Timor) in how much the public spends on health care (18.2% of GDP, vs. more like 10% in most OECD countries), but ranks 37th among U.N. members in overall measures of health outcomes. The UK ranks with the Netherlands and Australia on outcomes. The difference is not just the single-payer approach of the British National Health Service, since a country like France does almost as well while relying on private businesses for health care delivery. Rather, the key seems to be the British reliance on teams. Building these teams so that they function efficiently and effectively on behalf of the patients is a major activity of the National Health Service, to the point that mentoring is a valued program with the NHS. Dr. Paice was named the NHS "Mentor of the Year" in 2010, so her peers think she is pretty good at this team-building exercise. A coach is a kind of mentor, but as the author of "New Coach" makes clear, a key difference is that a coach is an equal, whereas a mentor is a parental figure. It was important for the King's coach in "The King's Speech" that the coach call the king "Bertie" - thereby establishing a peer relationship. A coach and her client may share the same encounter - but they do not share the same experience. The experience for clients should be one of talking about their past, present and future. The role of the coach is to ask questions, to summarize what the client says periodically, and to provide facts when useful. The coach may also provide some sympathetic or congratulatory comments, but in a subdued way. What the coach must not do is talk about herself, or try to "rescue" clients by intervening on their behalf.
One of the book's most instructive stories - and, indeed, this is as much a book of morality tales as any collection of Hans Christian Andersen,the Brothers Grimm or Jean de LaFontaine - is about a failed coaching experience. The client was having a problem at work and Dr. Paice solved it with a couple of phone calls in the presence of her client. The client was grateful but never came back. The coach's job is to inspire clients to solve their own problems.
The book has some delightful humor. For example: "I have heard people say that pessimists are happier than optimists - because things usually turn out better than they had expected - but it has not been my experience. Eeyore was not a hapy donkey."
At another point, Dr. Paice tells the story of an early session with the leader of the NHS coaching course. Each of the trainees was to listen to the problems of the other and offer advice. Each of the eight people in the course said they thought they had given very good advice but unfortunately they didn't get good advice. In other words, people like giving advice and they hate getting it. Another reason why coaches are proscribed from offering advice.
This book is especially value for three groups of people, those who:
- Are thinking of becoming coaches.
- Are thinking they might make good use of a coach.
- Are sure they have no need of a coach.
When Obamacare gets to the point where the medical establishment realizes that it needs to move from the Famous Doctor concept to a team approach, it will surely catch up to the NHS in discovering the importance of teams. When that happens, sooner the better, Lis Paice's book could be the Bible.
generation of new
Much to my amazement I could not put this "how to" book down! Almost like a great thriller I had to keep going to find out what happened next! Lis Paice has a wonderfully engaging style, recounting her coaching journey from start but not to its end, for as she points out so elegantly, you grow and develop yourself as you support others on their journey to better self awareness.
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