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40 Years of Coaching History

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This episode is a discussion of the philosophies, movements, processes, books, and individuals that shaped the Coaching process and industry, from the perspective of two Coaches who lived some of these defining moments in the history of Coaching.

Katharine Halpin, MCC and Donna Schilder, MCC will discuss their own experiences starting in the 1970’s all the way through to the present and will break down some of these shaping forces to trace their contributions to the multidisciplinary approach that Coaching has become.

Highlights of the discussion will include:

- Dale Carnegie’s principles

- The original EST Training (Erhard Seminar Training that became Landmark

- The Human Potential Movement of the 1970’s

- Sports CoachingKen Blanchard

- Consulting and Coaching – 360 Degree Assessments

- Continuous Improvement/Total Quality Management

- The American Society of Training & Development (ASTD)

- Formation of Coach U and CTI

The purpose of this discussion is to deepen the knowledge of new and experienced coaches about the history of Coaching (from first-hand perspective) and to help them explore their relationship to the forces that shaped our industry.

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