6 Top Reads for International Leadership Week International Leadership Week 2021 brings together leaders from around the world to deliver actionable insights and practical advice to help businesses evolve their thinking on what leadership in the 21st century means. This year’s theme is ‘Leadership - Reinvested’. To mark this
by Kate Hammer (UK) A new monograph from Springer Briefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research called Team Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Collaboration (2019) contains important findings for coaches, especially those who work on-site with members of a common team. Two leading psychological researchers – Jef J.J.
by Rodney L. Jones (USA) The book entitled, ‘Leading Change- A Practical Guide for Change Agents’, by Dr. Peggie W. Koon, is one of the best reads in my professional career. This book offers detailed professional life stories from Dr. Peggie Koon and others, which are relatable and understandable.
MAY 2020 (ISSUE NO. 29) - BUSINESS COACHING: BUILDING YOUR ORGANISATION Developing your Coaching Business – Business coaching helps owners of small and medium sized businesses with their sales, marketing, management, team building and so much more. Most importantly, just like a sporting coach, your Business Coach will make
by Suzie Doscher (Switzerland) Start your personal development with the support of this interactive handbook. Let it take you by the hand to motivate, inspire and get on track to the life you wish for. Read it to learn new behaviours, create new opportunities, acquire life skills and become
Meeting the Challenges of a Complex World (Lawrence, P. & Moore, A. (2018). Coaching in three dimensions. Meeting the challenges of a complex world. Routledge Oxon) by Malcolm Nicholson (UK) I have to put my cards on the table straight away and say I am mightily impressed by the
The Inside Story Behind the Creation of the Popular Self-help Life Coaching Book by Ashley Gordon & Brian Tregunna (UK) Coaching can create the most unlikely inspirational stories and outcomes. Take the case of Ashley (Ash) Gordon and Brian Tregunna, for example. Ash is a 30 year old Iraq war
by Cristina Palma - iCN Journalist (France) More than a book, the 3rd edition of the Co-Active Coaching paperback is a tool to address any issue, applied in diverse contexts, to a vast group of individuals who are seeking a driven and fulfilling life. Written by Henry Kimsey-House, Karen
By Diana Barden (United Kingdom) ‘Career: is a past trauma holding you back from career success? Diana Barden explores how past trauma affects people and even those who have been severely traumatised can work to turn their trauma into success’ The one thing we learn when we live through
By Cristina Palma (France) If you really want to understand and put things into practice to become wealthy sooner than later, then this book is for you. Not a “get rich quickly scheme” but certainly a sustainable and viable one, The Job Delusion written by Kevin H. Boyd has