Leadership Coaching: Working with Leaders to Develop Elite Performance

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Jonathan Passmore, Association for Coaching
Kogan Page Publishers, Feb 3, 2010 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
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Leadership Coaching examines the models and techniques used to develop leadership in others through a coaching relationship. Looking at specific models, each contributor reviews the research which supports the model and then explores how the model can be of help in a coaching relationship. The book includes chapters on well known models such as Porter's Strategy model and Goleman's model of leadership styles. It also draws on work from both the western view of leadership, as well as other traditions such as using ancient writers of Sun Tzu and African myths.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 Leadership coaching
5
2 Coaching for authenticleadership
17
3 The integratedleadership model
35
4 Coaching for emotionallyintelligent leadership
55
5 The Leadership Radar
75
6 An Asian perspective onleadership coachingSun Tzu and The Art of War
93
7 Coaching for IcarusleadershipHelping leaders who canpotentially derail
115
10 Leadership coachingwith feedforward
177
11 Coaching from a systemsperspective
187
12 Coaching for transactionaland transformationalleadership
211
13 Coaching forleadership style
229
14 Leadership coachingStrategy coaching
245
15 Coaching global top teams
263
16 Coaching using leadershipmyths and storiesAn African perspective
285
Association for Coaching
299

8 Coaching for integralleadership
133
9 Coaching political leaders
159

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About the author (2010)

Jonathan Passmore is a chartered occupational psychologist, an accredited AC coach, a coaching supervisor and fellow of the CIPD. He is the author of several books and editor of the three previous books in this series Excellence in Coaching, Psychometrics in Coaching and Diversity in Coaching (published by Kogan Page).

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