When an individual or an organization recognizes the need to improve, they often search for a coach. Dating to Biblical times, the relationship between coach and coachee is foundational to our very nature. A good coach can help individuals and organizations develop leadership skills and competencies to survive and thrive no matter what the circumstances. Dr. Anita S. Greenlee explores the benefits of coaching (for coaches and coachees alike) in this servant leadership guide. She defines what coaching is, explores its origins, and answers key questions such as: - What kind of coach is needed to assist with ongoing staffing issues? - What do leadership development and coaching entail? - What should a potential client or coachee look for in a coach? - Does it matter if the coach is internal or external? She also explains what individuals and organizations should expect from a coach; the particular skills, certifications, and education that professional coaches should have; and strategies to get the most out of coaching-all within the context of Christianity. Position yourself and those who surround you for success with the insights and lessons in Coaching Is Servant Leadership.