IBNA- Originally printed by Springer International Publishing, 'Becoming a Coach: The ‎Essential ICF Guide' (2020) by Jonathan Passmore and Tracy Sinclair has been ‎published in Persian.‎
This work has been translated into Persian by two faculty members of Tehran University Ghanbar Mohammadi Eliasi and Ehsan Chitsaz. Tehran University Press has released 'Becoming a Coach' in 445 pages.
Authored by masters in the field of coaching, this book is designed as a course textbook for those studying coaching in general, but with a specific reference to the updated competencies introduced by the International Coaching Federation in 2020. It focuses on core coaching skills, knowledge, and developing self-awareness. This is a definitive text for coach training and go-to guide for those undertaking ICF-accredited programs throughout the world.
This book helps readers equip themselves with the skills and knowledge needed to develop as a professional coach. It encourages readers to reflect on who they are, what they can do, and how they can enhance their skills. By drawing on the Gold Standard for coach training and the latest coaching research, this book ensures that a trainer's practice is well informed by evidence and is up to the highest professional standards.   
Jonathan Passmore is an award-winning and internationally respected chartered psychologist based in the UK. He has written or edited over 30 books including ‘Excellence in Coaching’ and ‘Top Business Psychology Models’, which have been widely translated in to multiple languages, and over 100 book chapters and articles.
He holds five degrees and is the director of the Centre for Coaching at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, which delivers post-graduate coach training to over 300 students per year in the UK and internationally. The latest book, ‘Mastering Executive Coaching’ is co-authored with Marshall Goldsmith and Brain Underhill.
Tracy Sinclair is a Past Global Chair of the International Coaching Federation, an ICF credentialed coach, a coaching supervisor, mentor coach and ICF assessor. She has practiced as a coach for 13 years and now leads a coaching, coach mentor, coach training and coaching consultancy business helping clients, organizations and coaches in their development journeys.

In recognition of her efforts to develop the field of coaching, she was named as one of the Leading Global Coaches winners of the Thinkers50 Marshall Goldsmith Coaching Awards 2019.     
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