What’s Better Today? How to Grow and Learn into the Leader You Can Be

What’s Better Today? How to Grow and Learn into the Leader You Can Be. (Singapore: Corporate Edge Asia Pte Ltd, 2013)

Leadership Coaching is an essential tool for anyone who wants to learn and grow as a leader, improve their business leadership coaching skills or to learn to coach. Written by a top leadership coach trainer, “What’s Better Today? How to Grow and Learn into the Leader You Can Be” is filled with practical coaching tools and template exercises that bring professional coaching techniques within your grasp.

This book helps and guides you in getting the most our of your own coach and coaching because, for most people, being coached is a new experience.

  • In Part One, “Starting Out” – you will learn if you are ready to be coached and establishing your coaching objectives, and if so, what coaching style will work best for you right now and thus how you can go about choosing a coach to work with.
  • In Part Two, “Grow and Learn” – you’ll learn how to get the very most you can out of your coaching program. Including a structured growth framework with easy to use templates that you can use to both shortcut your coaching and get the results you want as quickly as you want.
  • Part Three, is about “Wrapping Up” your coaching effectively so that you, and your coach, continue to learn from the experience.

Leadership coaching is a great introduction to a powerful way of helping others grow.

I was directed to this book by a friend who knew I had had a less than satisfactory experience with a coach. This book clearly and concisely gave me all the information I wish I had had earlier. I would recommend this book for anyone thinking about taking on the commitment required to have a coach – and for coaches to see what is really expected of them!Neil Davidson
The Economist Guide to Financial Management

The Economist Guide to Financial Management (2nd Ed): Principles and practice (Economist Books) (London: The Economist, 2014)

The most straightforward and easily understood book on finance.

John Tennent clearly explains the underlying foundations of managing finance, simply. With plenty of examples to help you grasp the concept and mini case studies of how to read the accounts of listed companies.

Thi book will help you demystify finance and be able to red a balance sheet, income statement and truly understand the critical importance of cash.