A must read forCoaches, HR professionals, Counselors and all who work with the development of others, this series explores the intentionality that goes into one’s development when one chooses to become an Executive Coach. It is an urging for all who wish to work with the development of others to create their own in-depth, operational approach through understanding the intricacies of their own emotional and very human life.

Jung asserted, “everyone should have a Red Book,” and Janet has taken that to heart. Her commitment to her own continuous development and consciousness include regularly asking herself the deep questions that make her work meaningful.  When have you asked yourself questions such as these: “What is leading you?” “Where is it leading you?” “Why are you doing what you’re doing?” “What value are you bringing?”

We believe these are essential texts for new and experienced coaches who aim to do good and useful work in the world on the way to their own individuation. We’ve been told these resources are also very useful for ministers and counselors and all who work with the development and personal growth of others.

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