About the Book :
Todays coaches are challenged with the recurring task of weaving threads from several disciplines into a tapestry that is fit for purpose in helping their clients learn and succeed. In this sense, the coach has to become a discriminating eclectic, developing a keen sense of judgment to select which threads are best woven into the fabric and those that it would be better to simply throw away. Coaching for Leadership is intended to be a cherished companion in that learning journey presented by the worlds greatest coaches, including: Marshall Goldsmith, Paul Hersey, Beverly Kay, Daivd Ulrich and many more.
Interesting Facts :
Strong Sales Record: More than 30,000 units sold in previous editions, strong subsidiary sales and licensing, and good industry presence (featured in Business Week, Fast Company, Inc., etc.) Goldsmith Magic: Whatever Marshall touches lately turns to gold -- he is hotter than ever before and will aggressively promote the new edition with his staff and core businesses and through his numerous speaking engagements, print and online columns articles and interviews, social media outlets, and his many key affiliations to reach more than 500,000 high-potential buyers. Expert Contributors: The best collection of expert guidance from the world's greatest leadership coaches, including Marshall Goldsmith, Beverly Kaye, John Baldoni, David Ulrich, Jack Zenger, Frances Hesselbein, and Kouzes and Posner representing millions of books sold on the topic. Additional Resources: New edition includes an Instructor's Guide, a separate Casebook, and Premium Content, which includes a selection of pull-quotes, trailers and short excerpts taken from the core material. Free material to promote the books. Timely Update: Building on the strong foundations of earlier editions, the new edition addresses today's younger generation of leaders who are comfortable with new ways of working and prefer different styles of learning. Coaching high-potential leaders is an essential element to leadership coaching and edition reflects that change.
PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF COACHING 1 Coaching for Behavioral Change 2 Coaching at the Heart of Strategy 3 Situational Leadership and Executive Coaching 4 Coaching and Consultation Revisited: Are They the Same? 5 Demystifying the Coaching Mystique PART II: PORTRAIT OF A LEADER 6 The Accomplished Leader 7 Writing for Leadership: Penning Your Leadership Voice 8 Seeking Value in a Shattered World of Work 9 The Right Stuff of Leadership 10 The Purposeful Leader: A Purpose Checkup 11 When Leaders Are Coaches PART III: CHALLENGES AND FORCES OF CHANGE 12 Awareness Coaching for Men and Women 13 Coaching to Empower 14 Leading Across National Boundaries 15 Coaching for Governance 16 Leadership Insight: Going Beyond the Dehydrated Language of Management PART IV: RECOGNIZING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-POTENTIALS 17 Coaching for Engagement and Retention 18 Coaching Future Lawyer-Leaders: A Case Study 19 Team Building Without Time Wasting 20 Leaders Building Leaders: High-Potential Development and Executive Coaching at Microsoft 21 The Care and Feeding of Hi-Po Leaders 22 Mentoring Is Circular PART V: INTO ACTION 23 Effectively Influencing Decision Makers: Ensuring That Your Knowledge Makes a Difference 24 From the FastForward Playbook: Successfully Transition into Bigger Roles 25 Strength in Numbers: The Advantage of Being a Top Team 26 Double Your Value 27 Creating Winners in the Career Game: What Every Player and Coach Needs to Know PART VI: COACHING MODELS AND TOOLS 28 Coaching Tools for the Leadership Journey 29 Try FeedForward Instead of Feedback 30 Three Types of Hi-Po and the Realise2 4M Model: Coaching at the Intersection of Strengths, Strategy, and Situation 31 Coaching High-Potential Women: Using the Six Points of Influence Model for Transformational Change PART VII: COACHING FOR LEADERSHIP--PREMIUM WEB CONTENT The following materials are available for download from www.pfeiffer.com/go/GoldsmithCF3password: professional32 Ten Suggestions for Successful Peer Coaching33 Coaching Executives for Succession: A Three-Phase Approach34 Why 360s Don't Work and How They Can35 Leadership and Power: Where Responsibility Makes the Difference36 Coaching Executives: Women Succeeding Globally37 Coaching the CoachesNotes Index