Book Reviews 0302

Reviews on two coaching related books Book Title: Coach and Couch: The Psychology of Making Better Leaders Authors: Manfred F R Kets de Vries, Konstantin Korotov and Elizabeth Florent-Treacy Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan ISBN: 978 0230506381 I assumed from the title...

Do you want to restart?

Part two of a four-part column taking a humorous look at the difficult process of creating a coaching culture in the workplace Michael Carroll Disc 2: Supporting managers in supporting coaching Technical support: How can I help? HR manager: Hello, good to talk to you...

Whose agenda is it anyway?

Looks at the latest thinking on the relationship between client and coach David Megginson There is a commonly stated position among coaches and writers that the person being coached is the sole influencer on the agenda that is set. I have been wondering whether that...

Tree’s a crowd

Suggests the process to follow, and the selection criteria to apply, when choosing a coach. Includes a mini-case study in the NHS Kate Hilpern Google “executive coaching” and you’ll find nearly half a million hits. No wonder the Harvard Business Review has referred to...

The Web We Weave

Describes seven key factors that influence how coaching is structured in organisations Ann Knights Coaching is used by 71 per cent of firms, according to the 2007 CIPD Learning and Development survey. Yet wide variations in practice make it hard for some L&D...

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