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Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transformation

How to Help Individuals and Organizations Flourish

Help individuals and organisations flourish following times of change with this guide featuring the latest thinking and insightful case studies.
    Paperback£29.99
    Ebook£24.99
    Print and ebook bundle£37.50
EAN: 9780749468309
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 233x156
288 pages
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About the book

Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transformation takes an in-depth look at crisis and change in the world we live in today and discusses its impact on both individuals and organizations. Covering not just coaching in the current crisis but any time of crisis and change, it offers a complete, practical resource for managers and coaches to tackle the challenges effectively. This book can help turn a crisis, whether personal or systemic into an opportunity for transformation.

Coaching in Times of Crisis and Transformation covers definitions of crisis from both the individual and organizational perspective, including insights on: adapting to change and finding opportunities in crisis, what neuroscience tells us about our reactions to change, transformative coaching, change models, supporting organizations in crisis and how coaching and mentoring can act as preventative measures against crises.

About the authors

Liz Hall

Liz Hall is an award-winning journalist and coach. Awards include the Periodical Training Association's Journalist of the Year award and the Association for Coaching's Award for Impacting (Leadership/External Focus) Service to the Wider Community for 2010-11.

More about Liz Hall

Liz Hall expertly intertwines relevant theory, the latest thinking of leading academics and real-world practice to provide coaches with an essential guide for working with people facing challenging transitions. Compelling, timely and inspiring!

Dr Christian van Nieuwerburgh, Associate Professor in Coaching, Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change, Henley Business School