Get the best from your clients with the latest thinking from international experts on the most effective techniques for coaching leaders.
Published with the Association for Coaching, this revised edition of the highly-respected Leadership Coaching will enhance and extend your coaching practice. It draws on evidence-based thinking and the writing of some of the world's top leadership thinkers and coaching practitioners to present a start-of-the-art coverage of leadership models and how to use them effectively to benefit your coaching relationships. Leaders face many challenges, and this book will challenge you to adapt your coaching approach to suit your clients' needs. Its coverage ranges from newer topics such as strengths focused leadership and conversational leadership to more tried-and-tested frameworks such as Porter's strategy model and Goleman's model of leadership styles. It also incorporates non-Western perspectives from Asia and Africa and considers multinational topics like coaching global boards.
This book is filled with useful models, insights and profound thinking that can serve any serious coach.
W Timothy Gallwey, author of The Inner Game of Tennis, The Inner Game of Work and The Inner Game of Stress
This book contains the latest thinking on coaching and leadership. The chapters are well researched and provide practical advice. It is a must-read for anyone involved in coaching.
Professor Binna Kandola OBE
Jonathan Passmore is well known for editing the Association for Coaching series, as well as for other titles in leadership and organisational psychology. He is an occupational psychologist with an international reputation, having spoken at conferences across the world from Harvard University, to Denmark, South Africa and Israel. He is also the Series Editor for the Wiley Blackwell Industrial Psychology series and has authored/co-authored Top Business Psychology Models, AI for Change Management and The Facebook Manager over the last four years. In 2010, Jonathan was awarded the AC Global Coaching Award for his contribution to practice and research. He divides his time between academia, where he works as a professor of psychology at the University of East London, and business, where he works as a practicing psychologist.