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Coach Culture: A

Coach Culture: A Playbook for Winning in Business is designed to provide information that the author believes to be accurate on the subject matter it covers, and is written from the author’s personal experience. In the text that follows, many people’s and company’s names and identifying characteristics have been changed, so far that any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, companies or locales is entirely coincidental. Copyright © 2017 by Shawna Corden All rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher or author except for the use of brief quotations in a book review. First Printing, 2017 Black Butte Publishing createnonfiction.com

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Many people were instrumental in helping me produce this book. I am truly grateful for the following: For spending time with me and sharing about their successful coaching programs within their businesses; Matt Becker, Christine Barnes, Dawn Pons, Doug Flor, Stefan Wiedner, Tess Richardson, Michael Nunemaker. For invaluable feedback on the first draft of the book, especially Ed Nottingham, Carl Dierschow, and Chris Sier, thank you for steering the ship. For the many who contributed quotes and citations, as well as the research used: Human Capital Institute, the International Coach Federation, The Gallup Organization, Michael Bungay Stanier, Michael D. Watkins, Stephen R Covey, Lisa Ann Edwards, Patricia Pulliam Phillips, Jack J Phillips, Sir John Whitmore, Judith Glaser, Michael J Marquardt, Tony Stoltzfus, Merianne Liteman, Sheila Campbell, Jeff Liteman, Lisa Haneberg, Jack Canfield, Brian O Underhill, Mel Robbins, Dan Pink, L Robert Kohls, William Bridges, Peter Drucker, Steve Chandler, Dave Packard, Jack Welch, Jerome Abarbanel, Fortune Magazine, Carl Dierschow, Ed Nottingham, Stephan Wiedner, Ray Smith, Business Wire,