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Clare has written this practical guide which argues that both mentor coaching and supervision be mandated by the professional coaching bodies as part of coaches’ continuous professional development. Mentor coaching is not just for those coaches seeking a credential: it is for lifelong professional development for every coach, at every level of the profession.
Welcome to Future Proofing Yourself. This book is for everyone. Reflecting on his own personal experiences and those of his family, friends and people that he has coached and mentored, David Yeabsley shares how at times we will all feel vulnerable in our working careers and worry about the future.
Insightful, relevant, practical The Story so Far is a must for any experienced executive coach, consultants and L&OD practitioners who want to work more effectively with the complexity and power of narrative expression.
For experienced managers and professionals in the workplace, this is the ideal set of reminders and advice. Full of ideas to help managers with any 1:1 meeting with staff, it shows you how to structure the meeting, how to ensure it is a catalyst for solutions, how to motivate new thinking, action and accountability.
Filled with photocopiable charts and templates, as well as fill-in pages for your own ideas, The S-Factor encourages you to be creative while reminding you of core coaching principles. As a coaching handbook, it helps and supports coaches in their first years of coaching as well as managers using coaching skills to lead their teams.
Why do coaches need to understand trauma? This book highlights the role coaches must play – and how it differs to psychotherapists – in supporting clients with trauma. A role that both enhances the coach’s skills and supports their clients’ personal development.
Written by David Marquet, a true story turning followers into leaders. No matter your business or position, you can apply Marquet's approach to create a workplace where everyone takes responsibility for their actions, people are healthier and happier - and everyone is a leader.
Marshall Goldsmith explains how people often do well in spite of certain habits rather than because of them-and need a "to stop" list rather than one listing what "to do". Marshalls expertise helps global leaders overcome their unconscious annoying habits and become more successful.