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Praise for Coaching That Counts

“Coaching That Counts is filled with compelling insights on leadership coaching

and how to manage this powerful development process to deliver strategic value.

A must read for anyone involved in coaching.”

—Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager® and Customer Mania!

“This book addresses the three key aspects of a successful executive coaching

engagement: the art of coaching, the art of managing coaching initiatives and the

art of evaluating coaching results. Coaching That Counts is a wellspring of inspiring

insights and powerful tools for internal and external coaches around the

world.

—Giovanna D’Alessio, Chief Executive Coach of Life Coach Lab srl, Italy

“In the three years since we conducted an ROI study on coaching, the benefits

revealed by the study have proven to be strategic and sustainable.”

—Cindy Dauss, Leadership Development, Nortel Networks, USA

“Coaching That Counts belongs on the shelf of every professional coach and leader

who cares about the sustainable development of people. The Andersons portray

the impressive results of the marriage between coaching and research by using the

data and real life examples of case studies that never fail to ask and answer the

relevant questions. Coaching That Counts leaves the reader with a deeper understanding

of why coaching is of value, what needs to happen for coaching to

produce results, the value of an empirically based model for coaching and even

how to measure the ROI of coaching. This is truly a book that counts.”

—Nadjeschda Hebenstreit, President of the ICF, Germany,

Founder of TheSuccessClub for Solopreneurs

“This book is a must for anyone who is introducing coaching into an organization

or managing a coaching initiative.”

—Ross McLelland, Managing Director, Pacific Consulting Resources Pty Ltd,

Australia

“Learning about the three lynchpins for Coaching That Counts is a must for

business and Human Resources leaders who are working to make coaching an

essential element of their global leadership development capability.”

—Stephan H. Oberli, CEO and President SHO Resource Group GmbH,

Switzerland

“This book is a must read for coaches who are interested in working within

organizations, program managers of organizational coaching initiatives, and

Chief Learning Officers who need to be able to articulate the value of executive

coaching to key stakeholders.”

—Vernita Parker-Wilkins, Executive Development Learning Manager,

Booz Allen Hamilton, USA

“What a powerful piece of work! Coaching That Counts makes a significant

contribution to the field of coaching and to the organizations that use coaching

services. Every coach and corporate executive needs to study this book carefully.”

—Cheryl Richardson, author of Take Time for Your Life, Life Makeovers,

and Stand Up for Your Life

“Companies today are demanding that international coaching firms provide evidence

that coaching is valuable and impacting the bottom line. I found that

Coaching That Counts provides a framework for how to approach large coaching

engagements systematically so clients see the value in coaching. This book is a

must have for anyone providing coaching services to large organizations.”

—Barbara Singer, Vice President of Executive Coaching,

Global Lore International Institute, USA

“The Andersons’ book of data and practices illuminates how pivotal coaching can

be in taking organizations and individuals to their next level of performance, and

beyond.”

—Dr. Barbara Walton, MCC, President of the International

Coach Federation, USA

Coaching That Counts

Series Editor: Jack J. Phillips, Ph.D.