Coached to lead
A guide to executive coaching for leaders or those aspiring to leadership positions. Includes how to determine your coaching readiness, how to choose the right coach and how to use a five-step coaching model. Covers common issues as well as not-so-obvious situations and troubleshooting.
Coaching and mentoring
A book on coaching and mentoring for those who want to help people learn more effectively. It examines how to create practical conversations to improve learning and encourage personal development. It also explores ways in which people interact to help support and improve performance.
Designing workplace mentoring programs: an evidence-based approach
The book includes chapters on planning and providing infrastructure for mentoring, participant recruitment and selection, matching mentors with proteges, training, the mentoring process, programme evaluation.
Developing employee talent to perform: people power
The book offers strategies for talent management that will lead to optimal performance. It includes chapters on understanding staff dynamics, brand management, and developing talents an intangible resources. It includes illustrative examples of successful talent management in the real world.
Executive coaching: how to choose, use and maximize value for yourself and your team
The book provides guidance on executive coaching and mentoring. It demonstrates what to expect from a coach, how to identify a good one, and how to take the greatest benefit from their advice.
Great answers to tough CV problems: CV secrets from a top career coach
Covers the purpose of CVs, their role in recruitment, personal brand management, researching employers, communication and presentation skills, formatting CVs, covering letters, and performing live presentations for interviewers. It also includes several template CVs for a variety of job markets and circumstances.
Overcoming the toughest common coaching challenges
Advice for managers on coaching employees you find particularly 'challenging'.
Lean leadership: Coaching to connect the dots
Using Lean leadership techniques to offer coaching to your employees can deliver measurable business results, giving staff a continuous improvement mind-set towards their work.
The rise of executive coaching
Article looking at executive coaching with information on how learning leaders can maximize its value.
Find the coaching in criticism: The right ways to receive feedback
Criticism is never easy to take, but learning to pull value from it is essential to your career development and success.
Finding your own replacements
To develop the next generation of leaders, firms must guide and mentor their new staff.
How to effectively lead and develop talent
Have regular conversations with employees to explore their gifts, desires and aspirations, advises Richard Oliver, President of manufacturing firm Thorlo Inc.
Five reasons you may not need a coach
Executive coaching has been helpful to many, but there are some situations where coaching might not be the best choice.
Find out how your business could benefit from working with a mentor.
Many business owners like to seek advice to help steer them through difficult trading periods or to plan their firms' development. A business mentor can help you come to the right decisions for your firm. Kate Horstead finds out when turning to a mentor makes sense.
Many business owners like to seek advice to help steer them through difficult trading periods or to plan their firms’ development. A small-business mentor can help you come to the right decisions. So when should you turn to a mentor?
The Government is replacing the Business Link advisers in November. Does this mean accessing support for your small business will become more difficult? And shouldn’t you rather be looking for a professional to help you run your business, asks Clare Bullock
Business mentoring is often talked about as a way for owner-managers to improve their personal, as well as their business, performance. But can it really get results?
Running a growing business means keeping on top of every aspect of your enterprise, from product development to supplier contracts. But even the most knowledgeable and hardworking entrepreneur can falter when it comes to persuading employees to share their own dedication to the venture.
Mentoring and executive coaching
Find out about the ICAEW programme for future leaders of the finance profession.
One-to-one career advice service
Whether you're looking for advice on taking your career in a new direction or need help creating a stand-out CV, ICAEW's career consultancy service offers personalised advice for the accountancy and finance market.
Coaching and mentoring network
Service both for people who provide coaching or mentoring services and for those seeking them.