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1.1 Everyone can be a coach
1.2 What is coaching?
1.3 Types of coaching
1.4 Principal schools of thought in coaching
1.5 On coaches, professionalism, and professional associations
2.2 The ABC of values40
2.3 Value formation
2.5 Values and culture
3.1 If the shoe fits, wear it; if it doesn’t, change it
3.2 The importance of reshaping and realigning values
3.4 The negative consequences of value incongruence
CBV Methodologies and Tools for Everyone
4.2 CBV methods for reengineering the business of life
4.3 The Gift of Values: A coaching enrichment module
5.1 Introduction
5.2 The neurobiology of values
5.3 Values and spirituality: The inner voyage to coaching
Appendices
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
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This book is about values. It is about life values, work values, family values, and world values. It is also about value alignment. Author Simon Dolan extends the concepts presented in the best-selling Managing by Values, adding many innovations including a step-by-step methodology for diagnosing value congruence and tools for conducting real value reengineering (value alignment). Dolan argues that when people understand their values (regardless of how and why they have emerged), and analyze their relative importance and consequences, they can see more clearly how these values affect their daily lives. Extensive research shows that realignment of values ensures better congruence with goals and objectives—resulting in deeper inner satisfaction, which positively affects overall well-being, state of mind, performance, and general happiness. This is what the author calls “success in the life of business and the business of life.” The description is fresh and innovative, the methodology is clear, and the tools can be used by individuals, business professionals, families, organizations, and wellness and life coaches alike.
This book is about values. It is about life values, work values, family values, and world values. It is also about value alignment. Author Simon Dolan extends the concepts presented in the best-selling Managing by Values, adding many innovations including a step-by-step methodology for diagnosing value congruence and tools for conducting real value reengineering (value alignment). Dolan argues that when people understand their values (regardless of how and why they have emerged), and analyze their relative importance and consequences, they can see more clearly how these values affect their daily lives. Extensive research shows that realignment of values ensures better congruence with goals and objectives—resulting in deeper inner satisfaction, which positively affects overall well-being, state of mind, performance, and general happiness. This is what the author calls “success in the life of business and the business of life.” The description is fresh and innovative, the methodology is clear, and the tools can be used by individuals, business professionals, families, organizations, and wellness and life coaches alike.

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I do appreciate your contribution to promote value and human resource in business. I would say that value is more valuable when it becomes an inner culutre and not a system. Let add an example, when we reach a point of a lifestyle wityh the culture of enjoying crisis then we're transformed and become absolutely more valuable. And that perspective, a CRISIS become an opportunity.
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