Experienced voluntary sector coach Sheridan Maguire argues that with good quality coaching skills you can develop a stronger management style, create more engaged employees, and run a more effective organisation.
You can integrate coaching into your daily routine, so it isn’t something to add on top of your responsibilities – it’s just another part of being a great manager.
Who should buy this book?
Whether you’re a manager struggling to juggle the demands of your job, a HR or personnel specialist, or just interested in taking a better coaching approach to your work, you’ll find this concise guide useful.
It is key reading for every manager, but chief executives will benefit as it encourages a trickle-down culture of coaching that will benefit all parts of your organisation.
What does it cover?
- Discover the difference between management: ‘what to do’; and coaching: ‘how to do it’.
- Features case studies showing what coaching is.
- Read real life coaching conversations and how you can apply them.
- Practical tools and techniques to use in your everyday work.
- Clear, simple and concise.
‘The book is rooted in the author’s own experience as a coach and includes highly credible extracts from coaching dialogues. Core Coaching is warmly recommended.’ Andrew Forrest, Visiting Fellow, Cass Business School
‘The author sheds a lot of light … his no-nonsense approach brings clarity and practicality to workplace coaching.’ Peter Hill, CFM Consulting
Have a look inside Core Coaching.
About the author
He is a member of the Association of Coaching Supervisors, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and is a founder member of the University of Hertfordshire’s Centre for Coaching & Mentoring. His broad experience includes working in central and local government, the petro-chemical industry, the NHS, financial services, the police, the power industry, media and publishing, charities and education. Before becoming a full-time business coach in 1997, Sheridan was Director of Publishing at the Work Foundation (formerly the Industrial Society) where he developed the publications division into a major award-winning multi-media business.
If you buy It’s Tough at the Top: The no-fibbing guide to leadership, you will receive a free copy of Core Coaching
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