Full of practical information and ideas on how to coach in times of crisis and organizational transformation Includes case studies from companies such as News UK and Co-operative Banking Group to give the practitioner insights to apply to their own practice when coaching in times of crisis and change. Provides both an individual and organizational perspective, allowing readers to have a holistic understanding of the issues involved and how to overcome them Explores how models such as Bridges' Transition Curve, Prochaska and Diclimente's Transtheoretical Stages of Change and Dilts' Levels of Change can be used effectively to coach in times of transition.
Liz Hall is an award-winning journalist and coach. Awards include the Periodical Training Association's Journalist of the Year award and the Association for Coaching's Award for Impacting (Leadership/External Focus) Service to the Wider Community for 2010-11. She is the editor and co-owner of Coaching at Work magazine, has written and worked for publications including The Guardian; The Financial Times; The Observer; The Daily Mail, People Management; Personnel Today; Training magazine; Employers' Law; Spirituality & Health and Mandala magazine. She is the author of Mindful Coaching, also published by Kogan Page.
"Liz Hall expertly intertwines relevant theory, the latest thinking
of leading academics and real-world practice to provide coaches
with an essential guide for working with people facing challenging
transitions. Compelling, timely and inspiring!"--Dr. Christian van
Nieuwerburgh "Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change, Henley
Business School "
"To connect with so many real and relatable stories of people's triumph in almost impossible experiences caused to me to wonder what I would do in this situation. Liz's research and references are comprehensive and it's an inspiring read I think most coaches would get something from."--Julie Starr "Director, Starr Consulting "
"The generosity in the material that is shared, the power in the stories, the vulnerability and honesty in the case studies make this book an exciting and compelling read that brings you face to face with your own learning edge of working with crisis. This book stretches the assumptions of what it means to coach."--Dr. Alison Whybrow "Chartered Psychologist and Coach "