Blaine Bartlett: Three Dimensional Coaching: Moving Passion Into Performance
Three Dimensional Coaching integrates key parts of three of the most influential coaching models existing today. Most importantly, by using the integrated coaching approach presented in this book, Three Dimensional Coaching provides guidance to the coach to facilitate their client to effectively feel keenly and undergo or experience the variety and depth of human complexity as they move toward their goals.
Blaine Bartlett: Discover Your Inner Strength
Sustaining success is the topic. Co-authors include Brian Tracy, Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard.
Stewart Emery and Robert Brunner: Do You Matter? How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company
A must read if you are an executive that wants your organization to remain relevant. The key? Design a "customer experience" chain.
Richard Strozzi-Heckler: The Leadership Dojo: Build Your Foundation as an Exemplary Leader
Profound and practical don't often go together and with this book Richard Strozzi-Heckler has managed to accomplish this rare feat. This book is one of the best treatments I've read on a topic as old as humankind. With humor, storytelling and a grasp of leadership that is truly masterful the author "leads" the reader on a journey exploring both what it means and what it takes to be an exceptional leader. It's a journey that culminates in viewing "leader" and "leadership" in a way that shatters stereotypes and makes the art of leadership accessible to any that are required to be leaders in their lives. Highly recommended!
Pam Bartlett: Women Connected - A Session-by-Session Coaching Guide for Women's Groups
An extraordinary and practical guide to sustaining ideals in motion. Author Marianne Williamson says "Women Connected paves the way, by bringing us closer to each other and to the truth within ourselves."
Arbinger Institute: The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict (BK Life)
"...is a brilliantly written, stimulating read with a rare clarity that awakens reflection and compels action. I recommend it without hesitation to anyone interested in finding solutions to conflicts ranging from the personal to the global." ~ Gilead Sher, former Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister of Israel and chief negotiator with the Palestinians
Daniel Quinn: Ishmael
Fascinating book that places the reader in a position to view our culture as humans through the eyes of an outsider. Free of prejudice and beliefs, the outsider's view is provacative. In reading this book you will come to question "truths" that, for many of us, are sorely in need of examination.
Geshe Michael Roach: Diamond Cutter
Some great tools and insights for keeping myself and my ideals in motion.
The Arbinger Institute: Leadership and Self-Deception
Learning how the process of self-deception works - and how to avoid it and stay in touch with our innate sense of what's right - what's ideal - is at the heart of this book.
Malcolm Gladwell: blink
How developed is your intuition? Gladwell's book speaks to what we inately know and how this can impact how we keep our ideals in motion.