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Book of the Month – April 2022

    This industry first book explores the breadth of approaches available throughout a team coaching engagement narrated through case studies and editorial commentary. It illustrates the eclectic and emergent nature of interventions that enable teams to achieve lasting positive changes in capability.

    Book of the Month – January 2022

      Leadership Team Coaching provides a comprehensive roadmap for team coaching, explaining all the key elements alongside practical tools and techniques for developing international and virtual teams, executive and non-executive boards and project and account teams in all types of organizations.

      Book of the Month – November 2021

        Based on his popular classes with Harvard Medical School physicians and New York University business students, Dr Jeffrey Hull has identified the six key elements that leaders in this new workplace need to succeed

        Book of the Month – October 2021

          This book is for anyone who helps people work together to transform their situation, be it a professional coach, facilitator, consultant, leader, chairperson, mediator, stakeholder, or friend. It offers a broad and bold vision of the contribution that facilitation can make to helping people collaborate to make progress.

          Book of the Month – July 2021

            Understanding how diversity impacts upon coaching is a crucial element to coaching effectively in today’s diverse society.

            Book of the Month – June 2021

              When we are baffled by the insanity of the “other side”—in our politics, at work, or at home—it’s because we aren’t seeing how the conflict itself has taken over.

              That’s what “high conflict” does. It’s the invisible hand of our time. And it’s different from the useful friction of healthy conflict. That’s good conflict, and it’s a necessary force that pushes us to be better people.

              Book of the Month – October 2020

                Humans have two basic desires: to stand out and to fit in. Companies respond by creating groups that tend to the extreme — where everyone fits in and no one stands out, or where everyone stands out and no one fits in. How do we find that happy medium where employees can demonstrate their individuality while also feeling they belong?

                Book of the Month – November 2020

                  If You Don’t Do Politics, Politics Will Do You will open your eyes to the fundamentals you didn’t know you need to know – the fundamentals no-one ever teaches you, including what office politics actually are and how being politically intelligent is the single biggest determinant of your personal and professional success.

                  Book of the Month – December 2020

                    The best teams are more than the sum of their parts, but why does collaboration so often fail to fulfill this promise? In Dream Teams, Snow takes us on an adventure through history, neuroscience, psychology, and business, exploring what separates groups that simply get by together from those that get better together.