This series brings together leading exponents and researchers in the coaching field to provide a definitive set of core texts important to the development of the profession. It aims to meet two needs - a professional series that provides the core texts that are theoretically and experimentally grounded, and a practice series covering forms of coaching based in evidence. Together they provide a complementary framework to introduce, promote and enhance the development of the coaching profession.
Coaching with Careers and AI in Mind Grounding a Hopeful and Resourceful Self Fit for a Digital World
Internal Coaching The Inside Story
Swings and Roundabouts A Self-Coaching Workbook for Parents and Those Considering Becoming Parents
By Louis Cauffman
March 18, 2022
This practical and important book offers ideas, examples, and suggestions that address the challenges inherent to developing and sustaining a successful family business. It explores the complex dynamics involved in working with loved ones and how to pass a business on to a new generation. ...
By Manfusa Shams
December 29, 2021
This fully updated second edition provides evidence-based, solution focused techniques for applying coaching in family business settings. Manfusa Shams has demonstrated the critical connection between coaching skills, family business functions, experiential and reflective learning. Edition updates...
By Ro Gorell
December 22, 2021
There is a tendency to assume that teams will naturally know how to self-organise and optimise their collective talents. This thoughtful and engaging book explores the practicalities of coaching teams and some of the challenges that naturally occur because of who we are as human beings. Part of ...
By Manfusa Shams, David A. Lane
December 31, 2011
A scholarly work from leading coaching psychologists from all over the world that provides thoughtful analysis of group dynamics, family systems, and psychotherapeutic approach to family business coaching. The book provides both a theoretical groundwork and a practical application of group dynamic ...
By Manfusa Shams, David A. Lane
December 03, 2015
This book shows evidence-based discussion on appropriate coaching skills for family business. The book is expected to meet the demand for this knowledge base, and to achieve a practical solution-focused approach to applying specific coaching skills to family business. The need to generate ideas to ...
By Adina Tarry
July 04, 2018
Coaching with Careers and AI in Mind presents an integrated overview of life and career options for individuals caught in the transition to a new world of work - impacted by the fourth digital revolution - and the tension this creates. The book synthesises extensive career coaching experience, ...
By Sarah Corrie
February 25, 2009
This book is about learning to live your life more fully. It doesn't promise you abundant joy, the relationship of your dreams, untold riches or miracle cures. But what it does promise you is a comprehensive programme of personal development, change and growth that is highly effective. This ...
By Sunny Stout-Rostron
January 16, 2014
"You simply must read this book if you are serious about being a top-notch business coach. It is an excellent guide to best practices based on clear theory, experience and business wisdom." - Carol Kauffman PhD, co-founder and Director of the Coaching and Positive Psychology Initiative at Harvard ...
By Marc Simon Kahn
June 04, 2014
This book offers an approach to business and executive coaching that properly aligns the practice in the culture of business through the use of a relational "coaching axis" that helps to manage the complexity of the organisation and the individual as dual clients. Business and executive coaching ...
By Katharine St John-Brooks
November 07, 2013
Internal Coaching: The Inside Story provides a window into the world of internal coaching: the challenges and rewards for the coaches themselves and the ways in which organisations can ensure that they can get best value for money from their investment in them.Internal coaching is booming. A recent...
By Anna Golawski, Agnes Bamford, Professor Irvine Gersch
November 19, 2013
The first two authors of this coaching workbook are themselves parents who have been on a journey of "swings and roundabouts" - experienced the highs and lows of having children. Having difficulties knowing how to parent in many situations, which was not made easier by the conflicting advice in the...
By Jennifer Plaister-Ten
July 15, 2016
Coaching has emerged from a Western, largely Anglo-American, perspective that may not be appropriate across cultures, given the multi-cultural nature of societies and workplaces today and the working practice of virtual teams. This has repercussions for the coaching profession. There is little ...