Coach Training Books and Videos

Magda Walczak  •  Aug 11, 2018  •  2 min read

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Coach Training Books and Videos

In addition to formal coach training, there are a lot of resources out there that an aspiring (or practicing!) coach can utilize to hone their craft. Below we’ve compiled a list of videos on coaching as well as books on coaching that we recommend all our learners watch and read while they train with us. We hope you find it useful.

Videos for Coaches

You can play all the videos we recommend coaches watch below, or you can select individual videos from the list on our YouTube playlist: https://youtu.be/24d-FEptYj8

Books for Coaches

Here’s our list of books that coaches should read. You can copy the list below, or view all the books and their synopses on our Amazon reading list: http://a.co/33aBCB6.

  1. On Becoming a Person: Carl Rogers
  2. Coaching for Performance: John Whitmore
  3. Co-active Coaching: Laura Whitworth
  4. Inner Game of Work: Timothy Gallwey
  5. The Portable Coach:Thomas Leonard
  6. What got you here won’t get you there: Marshall Goldsmith
  7. Quiet Leader: David Rock
  8. Constellations & Systemic Coaching: John Whittington
  9. Fifth Discipline: Peter Senge
  10. Humble Inquiry: Edgar Schein
  11. Theory U: Otto Scharmer
  12. Games People Play: Eric Berne
  13. Structure of Magic: Bandler & Grinder
  14. Get the life you want: Richard Bandler
  15. Loving what is: Katie Byron
  16. Emotional Intelligence: Daniel Goleman
  17. Crucial Conversations: Patterson
  18. Time to Think: Nancy Kline
  19. Appreciative Coaching: Sara Orem
  20. Master Key System: Charles Haanel
  21. Creative Visualisation: Shakti Gawain
  22. Man & his symbols: Carl Jung
  23. Psychological Types: Carl Jung
  24. Kundalini- Psychology of Yoga: Carl Jung
  25. Learned Optimism: Martin Seligman
  26. Awaken the Giant Within: Anthony Robbins
  27. Phantoms in the Brain: V.S. Ramachandran
  28. Molecules of Emotion: Candace Pert
  29. Biology of Belief: Bruce Lipton

Magda Walczak

Magda

Magda Walczak is CEO of Coacharya and looks after strategy, technology, marketing, and customer experience. She's also the author of Saylor's tale, a children's book.

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