Guides and books for mentoring and coaching.

Recommended resources/guides/books for mentoring and coaching.

Mentoring Useful Books

Buckingham, Marcus (2007), Go Put Your Strengths To Work

Clutterbuck, David (1991), Everyone Needs A Mentor. Fostering talent at work

Covey, Stephen (2004), The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Fisher, Roger and Ury, William (1991), Getting To Yes

Griffey, Harriet (2010), The Art Of Concentration

Gladwell, Malcolm (2005), Blink

Goldsmith, Marshall, (2008), What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

Goleman, Daniel (1996), Emotional Intelligence. Why it can matter more than IQ

Kline, Nancy (1999), Time To Think. Listening to Ignite The Human Mind

Kouzes, Jim & Posner, Barry 3rd (3rd edition 2003), The Leadership Challenge

Lynn, Adele B. (2005), The EQ Difference

Merrington, Chris (2011), Why Do Smart People Make Such Stupid Mistakes?

Morrell, Margot and Capparell, Stephanie (2001), Shackleton’s Way

O’Connell, Fergus (2001), Simply Brilliant. The competitive advantage of common sense

Parashar, Fiona (2003), The Balancing Act. Work/Life Solutions For Busy People

Pegg, Mike (1999), The Art Of Mentoring

Phelan, Matt (2020), Freedom To Be Happy. The Business Case for Happiness

Sandberg, Sheryl (2015), Lean In. Women, Work and the Will to Lead

Stanton, Nicky (1996), Mastering Communication

Sutton, Robert (2010), The No Asshole Rule

Tannen, Deborah (1990), You Just Don’t Understand (Women and Men in Conversation)

Ury, William (1991), Getting Past No

Coaching Bibliography

Amy Brann (2014) Neuroscience for Coaches: How to Use the Latest Insights for the Benefit of Your Clients

Tony Chapman, Bill Best, Paul van Casteren (2003), Executive Coaching: exploding the myths

Lynne Cooper and Mariette Castellino (2012), The Five Minute Coach: Improve Performance - Rapidly

Edgar H Schein (2013), Humble enquiry: the gentle art of asking instead of telling

Christian van Nieuwerburgh (2013), An Introduction to Coaching Skills: A Practical Guide


Last updated 30 June 2022