Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture

  • 5h 39m
  • Agnieszka Bajer, David Clutterbuck, David Megginson
  • Kogan Page
  • 2016

Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture is the ideal book for everyone who is passionate about coaching and who has an interest in creating an environment that supports learning and growth. Easy to navigate and logically structured, topics include the current understanding of coaching culture in organisations, coaching and mentoring culture strategy, making effective use of external coaches, formal and informal mentoring, developing and supporting internal coaches and mentors, team coaching, cross-cultural marketing coaching and cross-cultural issues.

This edition of Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture is a fully revised version of the seminal book Making Coaching Work: Creating a Coaching Culture. It analyses what has changed in the field of coaching culture and provides update on new knowledge and experience. A wide variety of international case studies and engaging tools such as chapter overviews, templates, and reflective questions will take you clearly through the development and implementation of a successful and integrated training culture. Whether you are an HR Manager looking to maximise the positive impact of coaching in your organisation, a business leader wanting to facilitate growth, or a consultant or coach seeking to place your work in the relevant organisational context, you will be shown how to implement an effective coaching and mentoring strategy that meets your needs.

About the Authors

David Clutterbuck is a co-founder and lifetime ambassador of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and founder of Clutterbuck Associates. Visiting professor at two UK Universities, he is repeatedly among the top 25 HR thinkers in HR Magazine's annual survey, and is the author or co-author of over 50 books, including Mentoring in Action, published by Kogan Page.

David Megginson is a professor of HRD at Sheffield Hallam University, UK, and co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). He is on both the membership and education committees of the CIPD and the CPD Working Group.

In this Book

  • About the Book
  • So, What is a Coaching Culture After All?
  • Systemic View on a Coaching Culture
  • Getting Set and Ready
  • Knowing Where You Want to Get to
  • What’s Your Starting Point and How Will You Measure Progress?
  • Charting the Course
  • Making Effective Use of External Coaches
  • Developing Internal Capacity for Coaching
  • Team Coaching – Fad or Future?
  • Formal and Informal Mentoring
  • The Unsung Heroes of Coaching Culture
  • Marketing Coaching and Mentoring
  • Cross-Cultural Issues
  • Epilogue
  • Resources and Bibliography