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Leadership Team Coaching In Practice

Author : Peter Hawkins
ISBN : 9780749469733
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 46. 92 MB
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Leadership Team Coaching in Practice looks at how leadership team coaching techniques have been applied internationally across a variety of team types and sectors. With expert contributors including chief executives, team coaches, team leaders and consultants, this practical guide offers a range of real case studies to illustrate best practice with a detailed analysis of methods and processes tailored to the needs of each organization. Readers will learn how to develop their own unique approach to fostering collective transformational leadership across teams, whatever their business sector and whatever type of team they lead. The book can be used either as a stand-alone workbook or as a practical companion to Leadership Team Coaching, which offers a comprehensive introduction to creating and developing high performing teams through transformational leadership.

Leadership Team Coaching

Author : Peter Hawkins
ISBN : 0749478497
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 34. 22 MB
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Develop high performing organizations with this popular guide by renowned coaching expert Peter Hawkins to building strong teams.

High Performance Team Coaching

Author : Jacqueline Peters
ISBN : 9781460225684
Genre : Employees
File Size : 75. 20 MB
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"High Performance Team Coaching (HPTC) is a fantastic resource and a 'must read' for all Team Leaders and Coaches. The authors demystify the concepts of creating and sustaining high performance teams and how to lead and coach them. Built upon solid research and investigation along with practical and relevant action steps, it is a resource that will help move your team from average or good, to high performance in any context." - Lillas Marie Hatala and Richard Hatala, Co-authors of Integrative Leadership: Building a Foundation for Personal, Interpersonal, and Organizational Success "With a combination of systematic field research and an intense scrutiny of the literature, Peters and Carr have developed a system of high performance team coaching that is fit-for-purpose and accessible for practitioners but with an appropriate and transparent evidence base. It provides the framework and underpinning that will allow this much needed [team coaching] modality to achieve its potential." - Dr. Annette Fillery-Travis, M/DProf Programme Coordinator, Middlesex University Member of the Steering Group of the International Centre for the Study of Coaching "High Performance Team Coaching advances the field of coaching by filling the gap for a practical, yet thoroughly evidence-based model to guide team coaching practice. Drawing on the authors' considerable experience and their recent empirical research this clearly written, well-documented text provides actionable guidelines and practical strategies for working with teams and makes a genuine and important contribution to the field." - Dr. Elaine Cox, Editor: International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Director of Postgraduate Coaching & Mentoring Programmes, Oxford Brookes University

Coaching The Team At Work

Author : David Clutterbuck
ISBN : 1904838286
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 46. 25 MB
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A thorough and practical guide to coaching teams in the workplace.

Developing High Performance Leadership Teams

Author : Lynda McDermott
ISBN : 9781562869595
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 78. 4 MB
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Today’s work challenges often demand the best and brightest to come together, each one offering expertise in her special niche. However, when “leaders of leaders” come together to form a leadership team, challenges often arise. Leaders are used to having the final say, and are often unaccustomed to the collaborative, team-oriented relationships required of leadership teams. In this TD at Work, you will: • Define what leadership teams do. • Determine whether or not you have the right leadership structure. • Discover the challenges and benefits of leadership teams. • Learn how to launch a new leadership team. • Determine how to measure the success of a leadership team.

Creating A Coaching Culture

Author : Hawkins, Peter
ISBN : 9780335238958
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 24. 24 MB
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"Creating a Coaching Culture provides a rich source of knowledge, guidance and experience for anybody involved in the important business of helping drive coaching in organisations. It builds on the Hawkins and Smith seven-step model that we have used to guide our thinking and actions at Ernst & Young. After reading the book I take away a host of ideas and best practice that I will use in the business." Ian Paterson, Ernst & Young LLP and MD, EMCC UK "Peter Hawkins draws on 30 years of international organizational change consultancy in Creating a Coaching Culture. He offers seven steps, numerous case studies, and his real world experience. Reading this book, it is easy to pinpoint how far along one's organization has moved towards developing a sustainable coaching culture and what the next steps are. Like Peter's other books, Creating a Coaching Culture sits on my desk, not my bookshelf, because of its usefulness, depth of thought, and Peter's expertise." Catherine Carr, doctoral candidate in Leadership Development and Executive Coaching, Carr & Associates leadership coaching "The book clearly outlines why the creation of a coaching culture is critical to the success of any organisation. More importantly it describes the practical steps required to achieve this success and how you can measure progress and benefits along the journey." Richard King, Serial NED and Coach, former Deputy Managing Partner for Ernst and Young "In recent years, the concepts of leadership culture and coaching culture have become increasingly intertwined, to the extent that achieving a coaching culture is a common aspiration for organizations of all sizes ... Peter Hawkins brings the topic up to date, using multiple case studies and an analytical approach that clarifies the challenges and how to address them." David Clutterbuck, Visiting Professor, Oxford Brookes & Sheffield Hallam Universities, UK "In this book Peter Hawkins brings together his extensive experience as a business leader, coach, consultant and leadership developer to provide a comprehensive handbook on how to help people, teams and organisational stakeholders learn through the practice of coaching. It will be of benefit not only to those engaged in the people development professions, but also managers and leaders who are looking to enhance the value and potential contribution of their people." Hilary Lines PhD, Executive and Team Coach, UK "This is an eloquently written text that is recommended reading for coaches and mentors working in large organizations, for human resource managers and corporate management teams." EMCC's International Journal How do we create a coaching culture? What will be the benefits for all parties? How can we link it to the performance of our business? How do we calculate the return on investment? How do we make it sustainable? Organizations are investing large sums of money in employing external and internal coaching and are increasingly under pressure to show a demonstrable return on this investment. In this much-needed book, Hawkins gives a well researched and practical answer to the whole question of how you create a 'coaching culture' and provides a step-by step guide to implementing this change. The book includes advice for both coaches and HR professionals on: Establishing the right integrated mix of coaching by line managers, internal specialized coaches and external coaches Combining individual and team coaching and connect both to the organizational change agenda Harvesting the organizational learning from the thousands of coaching conversations A coaching style becoming a way of relating internally and externally to all the organization's stakeholders Case studies show how a wide range of international organizations have developed successful coaching strategies to increase the effectiveness of their businesses. This book will provide you with valuable insights whether you are a coach, an organization consultant, an HR professional or a Chief Executive.

Systemic Coaching And Constellations

Author : John Whittington
ISBN : 9780749465384
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45. 93 MB
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Systemic Coaching and Constellations offers a refreshingly uncomplicated path into a potentially complex subject, demonstrating how this approach can provide access to systems and deliver enduring benefits for coaching clients. The book offers a comprehensive introduction to the principles that sustain systems, real world descriptions of what systemic coaching is and how it can be useful as well as a step-by-step guide to integrating the principles and practices into coaching.Highly practical, it includes a wide range of exercises for application with individuals and teams. It also includes case studies from the author's own work, a joint ICF/EMCC constellation workshop and examples from coaches around the world, including Australia, Mexico, Spain and the Netherlands. Whether used in an initial selection meeting or to underpin all your coaching conversations and interventions, Systemic Coaching and Constellations offers an accessible, practical starting point to transform your coaching practice. With a Foreword from David Clutterbuck

Senior Leadership Teams

Author : Ruth Wageman
ISBN : 9781633692046
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 76. 93 MB
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An organisation's fate hinges on its CEO—right? Not according to the authors of Senior Leadership Teams. They argue that in today's world of neck-snapping change, demands on leaders in top roles are rapidly outdistancing the capabilities of any one person - no matter how talented. Result? Chief executives are turning to their enterprise's senior leaders for help. Yet many CEOs stumble when creatinga leadership team. One major challenge is that senior executives often focus more on their individual roles than on the top team's shared work. Without the CEO's careful attention to setting the team up correctly, these high-powered managers often have difficulty pulling together to move their organisation forward. Sometimes they don't even agree about what constitutes the right path forward.The authors explain how to determine whether your organisation needs a senior leadership team. Then, drawing on their study of 100+ top teams from around the world, they explain how to create a clear and compelling purpose for your team, get the right people on it, provide structure and support, and sharpen team members' competencies - and your own. Timely and practical, this book enables you to create and sustain a leadership team whose members learn from one another while collaborating to pursue your company's objectives.

Coaching Essentials

Author : Patricia Bossons
ISBN : 9781408194836
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 54. 93 MB
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Now a billion dollar industry, executive coaching is one of the fastest-growing sections of the coaching market and is widely used by senior managers and chief executives in large organisations. In this accessible guide, fully updated for this second edition, Patricia Bossons, Jeremy Kourdi and Denis Sartain offer clear explanations of key coaching theories before putting that theory into context with a comprehensive selection of practical tools and techniques. Benefits and uses of each technique are explained and then followed with advice on how to apply the technique and make it work for you - allowing readers to match situations or issues with specific coaching techniques for optimum results.

Creating High Performing Teams

Author : Rebecca Watson
ISBN : 9781496984746
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 67. 66 MB
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“Rebecca has now documented her perceptive approach to Team Coaching, along with many of the practical and effective exercises that have helped my teams and my personal leadership approach – I’d highly recommend it.” Liz Robson - Head of IS – Homebase, Home Retail Group PLC Why Read This Book? I am a Team Coach with over 10yrs experience in creating High Performing Teams. Now I want to share my strategies with you because I want people to enjoy their work and feel that they are making a valued contribution. Who could benefit from reading this book? Anyone who leads a group of people, who need to work together to get something done. What’s different about my Team Coaching? I give you the exercises that I have already tested with real teams. You can run those exercises with your own teams to gain the same results. This is not a theoretical book and there is no need to pay for psychological profiling or team games like building rafts to float across rivers! I take a quick and practical approach to getting teams to deliver business results. What next? Give it a go! I want you to practice these exercises with your current team and see and feel the results. I want you to become a successful and popular leader of people for the rest of your career. If this book helps then my job is done! Please feel free to share your experiences with me by emailing me at [email protected] or visiting our website www.bromptonassociates.com.

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