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About the book
SHORTLISTED: Business Book Awards 2023 - Change & Sustainability
How can I coach employees effectively when business change is constant? What tools and techniques can I use both in-person and remotely? How can I reduce the stress caused by business transformation to boost productivity and wellbeing?
Coaching People through Organizational Change is a practical guide for professional coaches and managers alike. It is specifically designed to support those coaching employees during uncertain times in a new world of work which is in a constant state of flux. It outlines what organizational change is, the different forms it can take and how to use evidenced-based coaching techniques to support the delivery of lasting business change. It will help those coaching to develop a greater understanding of how the brain makes decisions and adjusts to change and provides practical advice and guidance that can be used to deliver the most effective coaching intervention.
Including over 20 tools and frameworks each supported by a suggestion for what type of organizational change the activity is best suited for, this is invaluable reading for anyone responsible for coaching and talent development whether as a professional coach or a line manager. Including country-agnostic advice that can be used with employees both in-person and remotely, this book will help to reduce stress and presenteeism and to boost productivity, performance, resilience and wellbeing.
About the authors
Sue Noble is the Founder and Director of Noble Learning Ltd where she delivers qualification, training and development in coaching, change management and leadership to individuals and organizations. Based in Sussex, UK, she is a founding member of the Change Management Institute (CMI) Coaching and Mentoring Think Tank.
Amy Tarrant is the Project Management Lead for a global corporate and speciality insurer where she focuses on internal change capacity. She is also their Programme Manager for the Operations Transformation Programme and is based in Brighton, UK. She is a founding member of the CMI's Coaching and Mentoring Special Interest Group.
- Every coaching client is a person undergoing change - even if they are not fully aware of how radical that change is. The role of coach is evolving from coaching individuals to coaching individuals within their systems, to coaching the systems themselves. A substantial change-related toolkit is essential for coaches and that's what this book provides.
- Professor David Clutterbuck, Practice Lead at Coaching and Mentoring International Ltd. Practice Lead at David Clutterbuck Partnership