• Co-Active Coaching

    By Laura Whitworth, et. al

    Written originally for professional executive coaches and used in our Coach Training workshop to train internal coaches, this book can help leaders learn the communication skills necessary for a coaching approach, and how a coaching mindset can lead to improved working relationships, enhanced communications, and better organizational results. It includes a ‘coach’s toolkit’ to make the techniques practicable and actionable for leaders.
  • The Mindful Coach: Seven Roles for Helping People Grow

    By Douglas K. Silsbee

    The two key concepts described in this book are one, how to recognize our own needs, agendas, and blind spots – and how to set them aside in service to clients. And two, how to effectively apply and move fluidly through the seven roles of a coach. The author offers a thoughtful, deeply honoring approach to coaching.
  • The EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and Your Success

    By Steven J. Stein and Howard E. Book

    A highly readable book on emotional intelligence that clearly describes each of the 15 elements of EQ and provides practical, interesting exercises to strengthen your “muscles” (or your clients’ muscles) in each of those areas.

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If you have a favorite title, let us know. We’d also like to hear your “thumbs-up” and “rotten tomatoes” comments. Leadership is a journey, and each of us is on a similar but unique path. Please share your insights from these and other books you’ve read.
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