Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture

Authored by leading names in the field of coaching and CPD, David Clutterbuck, David Megginson and Agnieszka Bajer, Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture is the must-read sequel to the seminal book: Making Coaching Work: Creating a Coaching Culture. 

LEADING EXPERTS AND PRACTITIONERS ON OUR BOOK

  • Marshall Goldsmith
  • Miles Downey
  • Anthony Grant
  • Julie Starr
  • Bob Garvey
  • Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch
  • Lise Lewis
  • Claire Davey
  • Alexandra Eleftheriou
  • Shola Awolesi
  • Maria Symeon
  • Dr Julie-Anne Tooth
  • Nicki Hickson
  • Olympia Mitsopoulou
  • Marshall Goldsmith

    The Thinkers 50 #1 Leadership Thinker in the World

    When leaders make the conscious decision to create a coaching-based culture, their organizations are better equipped to thrive and outsmart the competition in entirely new ways.  Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture will enable global leaders to experience extraordinary results!

  • Miles Downey

    Author of ‘Enabling Genius – a Mindset for the 21st Century’ and ‘Effective Modern Coaching’

    The 21st Century requires more than people who turn up for work – it requires the genius in all of us. A coaching culture, rather than traditional command-and-control, is paramount. David, David and Agnieszka are to be applauded for authoring a book that is so comprehensive and utterly practical.

  • Anthony Grant

    Coaching Psychology Unit, The University of Sydney, Australia

    This book harnesses years of thought-leadership and hard-earned experience by the authors to show how to create a coaching culture essential for a sustainable, high-performance organisation. An essential read.

  • Julie Starr

    Author of The Coaching Manual, The Mentoring Manual and many other

    A hugely rich resource, containing a broad range of information, principles and approaches to the somewhat ethereal topic of how to weave coaching into the fabric of organisational culture. I particularly like its clear, reading structure and format, enabling me to navigate quickly to the topics and issues I’m most interested in. Congratulations, another great addition!

  • Bob Garvey

     Faculty Head of Research, York St John Business School, UK

    Many success stories are highlighted in these pages with hints of the challenges in building and sustaining a coaching and mentoring culture. This excellent book offers the reader helpful ways forward to a brighter coaching future.

  • Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch

     MCC – Past President ICF, Creator of Team-Advantage, US

    This comprehensive guide is one of the best I’ve read on the topic of a coaching culture –relevant, future focused and a significant contribution to the profession!

  • Lise Lewis

    EMCC International President

    Creating a Coaching Culture is the aspiration of many organisations and achieved convincingly by few. The rapid growth predicted to continue in organisational coaching intensifies the quest to integrate coaching as a catalyst for business success. This book offers a pragmatic resource strengthened by theory, techniques and case studies to inform, make durable and benchmark the investment in coaching; an excellent addition from David, David and Agnieszka in securing the future for coaching in organisations.

  • Claire Davey

    Head of Coaching and Leadership Development at Deloitte UK

    This book is a real gift for anyone wanting to create change in an organisation. It offers a rich blend of theory and diversity of thought, but never loses sight of the reality of the environments in which we operate and co-exist.

  • Alexandra Eleftheriou

    Regional HR SEE, Turkey & Brazil and Group Engagement Director at Titan Cement Company SA

    Enlightening, to the point, and immensely useful for HR Professionals, CEOs and business leaders who want to build and sustain a coaching culture in their organisation. A truly outstanding book and an invaluable resource!

  • Shola Awolesi

    Global Leadership Manager, Save the Children

    This book is an essential guide to anyone keen to introduce or enhance a coaching culture in their organisation. It’s a comprehensive resource with tools, templates and case studies to support the thinking and implementation of a coaching culture, wherever along that journey an organisation might be.

  • Maria Symeon

    Global Head of Coaching and Partner Development at PwC

    At last a book that provides clarity and structure to the intangible story of coaching culture. It has all the essentials of theory, attend to the critical systemic dimensions but also speaks practically about what creating a coaching culture involves. Highly recommend it for anyone working in the coaching field.

  • Dr Julie-Anne Tooth

    Executive Coach, Australia

    This book refreshes current thinking and approaches to developing coaching cultures. It delivers on being both highly practical and thought-provoking by elegantly combining guidance for practitioners with rich practice examples and powerful suggestions for reflection. An essential read for anyone interested in the practice of coaching in organisations.

  • Nicki Hickson

    Director of Coaching, EY UK & Ireland

    This practical and comprehensive guide is a must-read for anyone grappling with the challenge of building a coaching culture in their organisation. It provides a great combination of theory and practice, marrying the historical context and new ideas with pragmatic and insightful case studies that really bring the topics to life.

  • Olympia Mitsopoulou

    Atom Wave Director, Switzerland

    A comprehensive handbook about all aspects of coaching packed with up to date research, real case examples, ready to use tools, a must have for every professional working with coaching.

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