Managing Your Coaching Needs

The Healthskills team have collectively been working in coaching and leadership for more years than they care to remember!  100+ Top Tips for Managing your Coaching Needs was written to share that knowledge so that you can get the best out of coaching for yourself and your teams.

Book Overview

Coaching has become a ‘must have’ in organisations of all sizes across the world. Coaching is recognised as a major contributor in the development of new and existing leaders. It is also used as a means of supporting managers whose performance has slipped and is a recognised means of giving them support to get back on track.

100+Top Tips for Managing your Coaching Needs was written by the Healthskills team, bringing together their expertise across different sectors and coaching styles. The team created this book to share with you their tips on how to make coaching work for you and your organisation. The style is an easy to read and digest format that you can dip in and out of as your need changes.

Who’s it for?

The book addresses the needs of 3 groups of people: those who are about to go on a coaching programme to help them get the most out of coaching; those who have been on a coaching programme and would like to incorporate coaching techniques into their team; and for those who are procuring coaching services on behalf of their organisation giving helpful hints on how to source the best coaches.

Part 1

This section is aimed at individuals who would like to go on a coaching programme or who are about to start their coaching. It gives tips on how to get the most out of your coaching relationship; how to involve your coaching sponsor; how to manage an effective chemistry meeting and top tips to check that your coaching is on track.

Part 2

This section is aimed at individuals who have been on a coaching programme and would like to include what they have learnt into their daily work and management style. It helps you identify what elements you want to bring into your management style to ensure authenticity and how you can use this in coaching teams and groups as well as with individuals.

Part 3

This section is aimed at individuals who are purchasing coaching services on behalf of their organisation, helping them to choose the best coaches and get the most out of the process. It covers coaching supervision and managing a longer term coaching relationship.

The learning zone

This section shares the tools and models the authors use with links to blank master forms that can be found at 100TopTips.com.

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The authors

Bob Baker

Dawn Scott

Ian Munro

Mark Greenfield

Melanie Warner

Mike Nelson

Vicky Glanville

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