Resources

COACHING, THE PRACTICE OF

Gavin R. Dagley. "Exceptional executive coaches: Practices and attributes," International Coaching Psychology Review.  Vol 5, No. 1 March 2010.

Sigmund Freud. Wild Analysis. Translated by Alan Bance. Peguin Books, 2002.

Michael H. Frisch, et al.  Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach.  American Management Association, New York, 2012.

EXECUTIVE MUMS FORUM
All of these resources have sparked debate in the Executive Mums Forum.

Sheryl Sandberg:  Lean In: Women, Work, and The Will to Lead

Harvard Business Review: The Power of Talk: Who Gets Heard and Why by Deborah Tannen

Harvard Business Review: Now Is Our Time - Interview with Sheryl Sandberg

The Atlantic: Why Women Still Can't Have It All by Anne-Marie Slaughter

BBC: Are Women Their Own Worst Enemy When It comes to the Top Jobs?

The Economist: Women in Management:  A Word from Your Sponsor

Harvard Business Review: Managing Yourself: A Smarter Way to Network by Rob Cross and
Robert Thomas

MumAndCareer.co.uk: How to Manage a Senior Position and Children

Sunday Times: We’ve Fought the Work-Life War.  Over to You, Dads

MumAndCareer.co.uk: The Guilt Trip, Let It Go  

LEADERSHIP

Harvard Business Review: Leadership That Gets Results by Daniel Goleman

Harvard Business Review: Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? by Goffee & Jones

Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries.  Leaders, Fools and Imposters: Essays on the Psychology of Leadership. iUniverse, Inc., New York, 2003 revised edition.

MOTIVATION 

Harvard Business Review: One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? by Frederick Herzberg

Dan Pink at the RSA:  Drive--The Surprising Truth About What Really Motivates Us  YouTube video

NEGOTIATION

Harvard Business Review:  Women Rising: The Unseen Barriers by Herminia Ibarra, Robin Ely, and Deborah Kolb.

Program on Negotiation - Harvard Law School: Negotiation Strategies for Women - Secrets for Success 

PERSONAL WELL-BEING

Huffington Post:  The 3 Core Needs--Satisfy Them and You'll Be Happy by Joe Robinson

Martin E.P. Seligman:  Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life

PERSONALITY-TYPE BOOKS

Meredith Belbin: Team Roles at Work and Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail

Edgar Schein: Career Anchors Participant Workbook

STRENGTHS

Harvard Business Review: How to Play to Your Strengths by Laura Morgan Roberts, et al.

Realise2 strengths questionnaire

TALENT FUTURES TOOLS TO HELP YOU

Active Listening:  A foundational skill for anyone who works with other people

Stakeholder Mapping:  Used in managing initiatives where not everyone is on board with you or your plan

Whole Messages: A way to give feedback in the moment to anyone

Values Exercise:  What are your values and how do you demonstrate them through your leadership?