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Coaching in Islamic Culture: The Principles and Practice of Ershad
van Nieuwerburgh, Christian and Raja'a Al Laho
Routledge | a Karnac book / Softcover / 2017-08-01 / 1782201998
Coaching & Career Counseling / Transcultural / Multicultural Issues
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176 pages
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This book is the result of a collaboration between two authors who share a passion and commitment for coaching. Its aim is to enthuse readers and provide guidance about the appropriate use of coaching within Islamic culture. The intention is to provide a culturally relevant coaching framework for use in Islamic context, which allows Muslims to develop in ways that are aligned with their faith and traditions.

The complete coaching framework presented here is called Ershad.

Reviews:

"This groundbreaking new text provides theoretical insights and practical ideas about the use of coaching in Islamic culture. Not only does it seek the inclusion of values and principles in coaching conversations, these become the very basis of coaching practice. It is essential reading for anyone interested in using coaching in a way that aligns with Islamic ethics and tradition."
- Nora Ann Colton, Deputy Vice Chancellor , University of East London

Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements
About the authors
Series editor’s foreword
Foreword
Introduction

1) A brief history of coaching
2) Coaching in Islamic culture
3) Listening with purpose
4) Asking powerful questions
5) Summarizing and paraphrasing
6) Giving and receiving feedback
7) Ershad coaching framework
8) The Alignment Wheel
9) The coaching way of being
10) Conclusion
11) Case studies and personal stories

References
Index

About the Authors:

Christian van Nieuwerburgh is a highly sought-after executive coach, researcher, educational consultant, and keynote speaker with significant leadership experience in the public sector. He currently divides his professional time between three engaging and rewarding roles. He is Program Leader for the MSc in Coaching and Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, where he heads one of the world's leading university-based postgraduate programs in coaching psychology; his particular area of expertise is in the impact of coaching within the education sector. He is also Chief Executive of the International Centre for Coaching in Education.

Raja’a Yousif Allaho is an executive coach, speaker, trainer, and writer. She has over twenty years of experience in the provision of consultancy, training, and coaching, specializing in people development and performance. She is a proficient certified coach and trainer with extensive experience of providing coaching and training services for managers and executives. Combining international knowledge with local cultural context, she successfully supports executives to achieve their targets and aspirations. She works primarily in the oil, government, telecommunications, and banking sectors. Raja’a is the founder and leader of Mashar Coaching School, the first bilingual coaching school in the Middle East where she has trained, coached, and mentored more than 120 professional coaches. As a master trainer of personal development assessment tools and methodologies, Raja'a is certified by a number of international companies.

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