© 2014 – Routledge
224 pages | 30 B/W Illus.
Coaching and Organizational Culture presents a model showing how coaching can be used more holistically to support an organization’s larger goals for change. The model advances coaching as a strategy – a combination of skills and practices that can be used to change the way organizations are designed and how business gets done.
In this book, coaching is viewed as an ongoing, collaborative process, answering the need for a coaching approach that is integrated with broader leadership development processes and linked with business objectives and outcomes. Based on a solid theoretical foundation, as well as years of professional experience, this book:
With the increased number of coaching programs and initiatives, this book is sure to be a valuable resource for students and executive coaches alike.
Part I: Introduction 1. Invitation 2. Overview 3. The Narrative Paradigm Part II: Leading Change in New Ways 4. Organization Development, Culture and Change 5. The ICES Framework 6. Coaching for a Change Part III: Using Coaching in New Ways 7. The Bigger Picture 8. Organizational Learning 9. Coaching Conversations 10. Building Expertise Part IV: Bringing Coaching to Life 11. Case Studies 12. Measurement 13. Summary 14. Epilogue