This page provides links to some resources which you may find helpful.
For a starter, here are some tips sheets which I developed in the last few years. Click on the links to download a PDF of each file.
1. A simple exercise called “Bugs and Buzzes” which can be used to open a group meeting, and to develop a shared agenda. It is also useful for creating a positive, appreciative outlook
2. An exercise developed through work with a number of coaching clients. Called “In their Shoes“, this takes a seemingly simple approach and sets a context, so that the coaching client can really think through different perspectives on a problem.
3. I produced a tip sheet on “Networking” a while ago after I realised that so many people either consider networking to be too difficult, or not something that they do. It’s an essential skill for anyone – and the tips in the sheet should help you to get started:
4. This sheet describes a “Working Model for Handling Change” which I developed from a conversation with a Chief Executive who I coached through a big change project. It’s a useful way to ensure that we don’t lose sight of the different dimensions of past, present and future whilst leading a change process:
… And then, I have been working on a book based on some of the ideas that I blog about. This book (working title is “The Coaching 30”) is nearly complete. In the meantime, here is an extract: