Developing Your Potential

Resources

Books can be a very personal choice but I include here a few of my personal favourites along with some websites you might find useful…

Books

Change:
Fearless Change: Mary Lynn Manns & Linda Rising
Leading Change: John Kotter
One Small step can change your life: Robert Maurer
Our Iceberg is melting: John Kotter & Holger Rathgeber
Switch: Chip and Dan Heath
The Guide: Dr William Holden
The Slight Edge: Jeff Olsen
Who moved my Cheese?: Spencer Johnson
Words that Change Minds: Shelle Rose Charvet

Coaching:
Coaching for Peak Performance: John Whitmore
Effective Coaching: Myles Downey
The Coaching at Work toolkit: Perry Zeus & Suzanne Skiffington
The Coaching Bible: Ian McDermott & Wendy Jago

Leadership:
Leadership and Motivation: John Adair
Leadership plain and simple: Steve Radcliffe
Quiet Leadership: David Rock
The one minute Manager: Ken Blanchard & Spencer Johnson
Take the Lead: Betsy Myers
The 7 habits of highly effective people: Stephen Covey

Train the Trainer:
The Accelerated Learning Handbook: Dave Meier
Creating Training Miracles: Alastair Rylatt and Kevin Lohan
Delivering Training courses: Lesley Wheeler
How to design and deliver great Training: Alan Matthews
How to run a great workshop: Nikki Highmore Simms
The Trainers Toolkit: Kimberley Hare and Larry Reynolds
Words that Change Minds: Shelle Rose Charvet

Websites:

www.businessballs.com
www.glasstap.com
www.johnadair.co.uk
www.kenblanchard.com
www.kotterinternational.com
www.kirkpatrickpartners.com
www.mindtools.com
www.peterhoney.com
www.trainerbubble.com

Learning & Development Models:

Johari Window

Transition Curve

John Kotters Eight Step process for Successful Change

 

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