1. Websites 7 items
    1. Welcome to the UK ICF Website - UK ICF

      Website  The ICF is a non-profit professional organisation of personal and business coaches. Their website includes information and advice on choosing the right coach for your organisation. It also provides a directory of certified coaches based in the UK.

    2. EMCC UK Homepage

      Webpage  The EMCC exists to promote good practice and the expectation of good practice in both coaching and mentoring across Europe. The website includes a European directory of accredited coaches, allowing users to search for a coach by language, as well as by specialism and accreditation level.

    3. Association for Coaching

      Webpage  The AC is a leading profiessional body for coaches, training/coaching providers and sponsors of coaching. Its website includes an online directory of AC-accredited coaches and coaching organisations based in the UK.

    4. The Coaching and Mentoring Network

      Website  This site includes a number of case studies and articles on coaching and provides some useful definitions of both coaching and mentoring. The site also features a discussion forum to which coaches, managers who coach, and leaders of internal coaching programmes can subscribe.

    5. HOME - The Inner Game

      Website  The ‘Inner Game’ concept was first developed by Tim Gallwey in the 1970s as an approach to sports coaching. However, over the years it has become a classic model for coaching in organisations, as well as in the world of sport. The website provides more information on the concept of the ‘Inner Game’ and how it can be applied in organisations.

    6. Coaching at Work | A voice for the coaching community

      Website  This is the online home of Coaching at Work magazine. The website includes much of the magazine's written content, including articles and handy hints and tips. There are also a number of online discussions and polls that provide an interesting insight into the real issues that coaches face.

    7. Coaching and Mentoring | Factsheets | CIPD

      Webpage  This section of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) website includes factsheets, survey reports and how-to guides on coaching. It also provides information on the coaching qualifications the CIPD endorses, including the Foundation Certificate in Organisational Coaching.

  2. Books 23 items
    1. Coaching at the sharp end: the role of line managers in coaching at work - Valerie Anderson, Charlotte Rayner, Birgit Schyns, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 2009

      Book  Designed for HR professionals and line managers to improve their focus and co-ordinating actions in developing and sustaining a coaching culture. It contains questionnaires, diagnostics and case studies to help you in developing a coaching culture in your organisation

    2. Leadership and the one minute manager: increase effectiveness by being a good leader - Kenneth H. Blanchard, Patricia Zigarmi, Drea Zigarmi 2011

      Book  Adapting One Minute Manager techniques to enable successful leadership to happen. Using different ways to motivate different kinds of people.

    3. First, break all the rules: what the world's greatest managers do differently - Marcus Buckingham, Curt Coffman 2005

      Book  This book explains why great managers break all the rules of conventional wisdom.

    4. Good to great: why some companies make the leap ... and others don't - James C. Collins 2001

      Book  After a five-year research project, Collins concludes that good to great can and does happen. In this book, he uncovers the underlying variables that enable any type of organization to make the leap from good to great.

    5. Effective modern coaching: the principles and art of successful business coaching - Myles Downey 2014

      Book  In this book, Downey, an experienced coach and co- founder of the School of Coaching, provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of effective coaching. The book includes information and advice on coaching skills, models and techniques.

    6. Coaching for leadership: writings on leadership from the world's greatest coaches - Marshall Goldsmith, Laurence Lyons, Sarah McArthur, ebrary, Inc 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book  Co-authored by one of the world’s most respected coaches, Marshall Goldsmith, this classic text focuses on executive coaching for high potential leaders.

    7. Who moved my cheese?: an amazing way to deal with change in your work and in your life - Spencer Johnson 2002

      Book  Cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life. The maze is where you look for what you want, perhaps the organisation you work in, or the family or community you live in. The problem is that the cheese keeps moving.

    8. Followership: how followers are creating change and changing leaders - Barbara Kellerman 2008

      Book  The first sweeping view of followers in relation to their leaders, deliberately departing from the leader-centric approach that dominates our thinking about leadership and management.

    9. Co-active coaching: changing business, transforming lives - Henry Kimsey-House, Karen Kimsey-House, Phil Sandahl, ebrary, Inc 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  This book provides a detailed explanation of the co-active coaching model and outlines its applications and organisational benefits. This edition includes an updated ‘coach’s toolkit’ that provides a range of practical resources to help coaches put the co-active coaching model into practice.

    10. Communicating change: how to win employee support for new business directions - T. J. Larkin, Sandar Larkin c1994

      Book  Written for busy managers at all levels, this book offers specific prescriptions for effecting successful change centered around three guiding principles: conveying the message through supervisors, communicating face-to-face, and making the changes relevant to each work area.

    11. Coaching skills: a handbook - Jenny Rogers, ProQuest (Firm) 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book  A practical guide to honing the essential skills of coaching, including creating trust and using language effectively in coaching conversations | Earlier print editions available

    12. Coaching skills: a handbook - Jennifer Rogers 2008

      Book  A practical guide to honing the essential skills of coaching, including creating trust and using language effectively in coaching conversations | Later E-edition available | Earlier edition available

    13. The coaching manual: the definitive guide to the process, principles and skills of personal coaching - Julie Starr 2008

      Book  Another offering from coaching expert Julie Starr, this book provides practical advice for new and experienced coaches alike. With step-by-step guidance for each stage of the coaching process, this book also includes a toolkit of practical resources for coaches to use.

    14. The 18 challenges of leadership: a practical, structured way to develop your leadership talent - Trevor Waldock, Shenaz Kelly-Rawat, MyiLibrary 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book  You're a manager. A leader. You come to work and are faced with challenges from the moment you walk through the door (not to mention the ones that followed you home the previous evening). Some of these challenges are internal, some are external. They will also change across your life span and career span. There is another way. One that you own and that therefore you are far more involved in. It ceases to be something that's done to you - it becomes something you do.

    15. Coaching for performance: GROWing human potential and purpose : the principles and practice of coaching and leadership - John Whitmore, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book  This coaching guide is the home of the GROW model, one of the most widely-used coaching models. The latest edition includes new material on coaching in a crisis and leadership for a difficult future.

    16. The complete guide to coaching at work - Perry Zeus, Suzanne Skiffington c2000

      Book  This book, written by two of Australia’s most respected coaches, is a useful reference text for anyone wanting to coach others. It contains a wealth of information on various coaching processes and skills.

    17. Beyond goals: effective strategies for coaching and mentoring - Susan A. David, David Clutterbuck, David Megginson, ebrary, Inc 2013 (electronic resource)


    18. Living the 7 Habits - Stephen R. Covey July 3, 2000 (Paperback)

      Book  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The author introduced the seven habits in his first book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Now he shows how they have touched the lives of millions by profiling the people, institutions, companies and governments that have incorporated the habits into their lives.

    19. Coaching for improved work performance - Ferdinand F Fournies 2000

      Book  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY This classic text presents coaching techniques against the backdrop of the performance management process to provide managers with a framework for helping their teams achieve high performance through coaching.

    20. Coaching Basics (Astd Training Basics Series) - Lisa Haneberg January 23, 2006 (Paperback)

      Book  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY In Coaching Basics, the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) provides trainers and managers alike with a targeted and focused methodology for coaching, along with practical example and exercises.

    21. The Tao of Coaching: Boost Your Effectiveness at Work by Inspiring and Developing Those Around You - Max Landsberg 2015

      Book  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Written for managers and leaders, this book explores how coaching can be used to develop team members to perform at their best.

    22. The Coaching Bible: The essential handbook - Ian McDermott 16 Feb. 2012

      Webpage  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY This comprehensive coaching handbook can help both new and experienced coaches alike. In the book, authors McDermott and Jago – both experienced coaches – present their ‘MultiModal’ coaching model, which helps coaches identify the core issues that lie at the heart of their coaching conversations.

    23. Brilliant Coaching: How to be a Brilliant Coach in Your Workplace (Brilliant Business) 1 Feb. 2017

      Book  NOT AVAILABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY In this guide, Julie Starr, a respected authority in the field of coaching, presents a practical and straightforward guide for managers who want to learn how to coach.

  3. Magazines 1 item
    1. Coaching at work

      Journal  This title can be found on the 2nd floor of the University Library