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Managing Coaching at Work

Developing, Evaluating and Sustaining Coaching in Organizations

A complete road map for delivering coaching in any organization.
EAN: 9780749461362
Edition: 1
Format: 235x157
272 pages

About the book

Based on direct experience and a realistic understanding of the scope of influence that many coaching champions have within their organizations, Managing Coaching at Work provides practical guidance on all aspects of making workplace coaching work. It serves as an essential reference for any manager or HR professional looking to bring coaching into their organization and for those seeking to move forward, re-energize or maximize the true potential of their true coaching investment.

This comprehensive guide covers all of the key issues many organizations face, including:

·Embedding coaching on a shoestring and surviving during times when budgets are under pressure
·Developing, sourcing and maximizing the use of coaching to meet your organization's business needs
·Creating a compelling business case for sustaining coaching
·Making coaching a part of managers' everyday skill-sets
·Evaluating the results and benefits of coaching

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About the authors

Jackie Keddy

Jackie Keddy is a highly experienced conflict resolution practitioner. Jackie practices through her own company, Keddy Consultants,

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Clive Johnson

Clive Johnson is a highly experienced negotiator, facilitator and coach. He now practises through his own company, Proactive Style,

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Here we have a very accessible and readable work that not only serves as an excellent reference book - with a nice blend of theory, practical and case study - but also touches on interesting questions about some of the deeper aspects of coaching. The book is logically laid out and shows the depth to which the authors are in control of their subject matter. The passion of the authors, never overdone, shines through without ever resorting to sales-speak. I recommend the book. It is well worth the price.

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