Coaching for Change: Practical Strategies for Transforming Performance

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Kogan Page, 2004 - Business & Economics - 145 pages
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Coaching for Change is an essential tool for anyone who wants to transform performance through the development of a coaching environment.

Drawing upon the author's experience, this book looks at how to create, develop and manage the process of change whether it be in one-to-one situations, team based or within organizations. It examines how change happens, both at the individual and organizational level and why, despite a desire to change, some people and organizations find it difficult to achieve.

With the emphasis on practical examples, the author shows how creating a coaching landscape can help companies thrive through change. Key issues include:

coaching strategies to help prepare for change

the role of the coach within change management

coaching new learners

building successful coaching relationships

advanced questioning and listening techniques

motivation to change.

Illustrated with case studies Coaching for Change is designed to help convert theory to practice and provides an essential guide on how coaching can assist organizations react successfully to change.

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Kaye Thorne

Kaye Thorne is a well-known training consultant and writer. Among the books she has written for Kogan Page are Blended Learning and Personal Coaching.

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