Claire's book is a practical book for coaches and non-coaches alike. It describes how to have more transformational conversations by doing less.
In this book Nancy Kline describes the qualities and behaviours that create the 'Thinking Environment' that enables independent and fresh thinking to flourish.
A great book for harnessing the skill of curiosity, learning and exploration. Adam challenges us to rethink our assumptions and seek out new insights.
This book challenges traditional notions of empathy and helps us understand that empathy can inadvertently reinforce our assumptions and biases.
A book for coaches and leaders alike - it teaches us to stay curious a little longer - stop rushing to action and to fix and to hold back the 'Advice-Monster'.
Like Claire Pedrick's book, this book helps you to do less and have more impactful conversations. It shares seven coaching questions that will make a difference.
A slightly left field choice, it's here because Leigh Sales describes the power of accompanying brilliantly. And at it's heart that's what coaching is all about - isn't it?
Dare to lead speaks to how to have the tough conversations that are required to lead well. It's no surprise that there are lots of overlaps with coaching.
A useful book with lots of pragmatic models, hints and tips on how to get more challenge into your coaching conversations.