Many organisations now face the need to transform themselves. Some are experiencing crisis. And at a personal level, it can be hugely helpful to prepare for life’s changes. We were therefore honoured to be invited to write the final chapter in a book on these topics for anyone employing a coaching style of leadership.
Written and edited by Liz Hall, editor of Coaching at Work magazine, and Anthony Kasozi, the book brings together a stellar group of leading thinkers from around the world.
See what happens in an open session, run in partnership with IMA International and hosted by the New Economics Forum.
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Hear Neil from the One Leadership Project talk about the book, and the section contributed by himself and Alister.
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Amazon describes the book as being full of practical information and ideas on how to coach in times of crisis and organisational transformation.
It includes case studies from companies such as News UK and Co-operative Banking Group, and offers both an individual and organisational perspective, allowing readers to have a holistic understanding of the issues involved and how to overcome them.
The book explores how models such as Bridges’ Transition Curve, Prochaska and Diclimente’s Transtheoretical Stages of Change and Dilts’ Levels of Change can be effectively used to coach in times of change.