Reflective Leadership Journal©
With a focus on males, this Reflective Leadership Journal© enables you to increase your awareness personally, professionally and within organisations, so that informed plans lead to appropriate action and results. It will provoke learning around options and perspectives as well as clarifying your understanding of what balance, success and fulfillment mean to you. It is an effective resource for self-reflection and can also be used with your Coach or with teams working on projects.
Reflective Coaching Journal©
This BMC Reflective Coaching Journal© enables you to increase your awareness personally, professionally and within organisations, so that informed plans lead to appropriate action and results. It will provoke learning around options and perspectives as well as clarifying your understanding of what balance, success and fulfillment mean to you. It is an effective resource for self-reflection and can also be used with your Coach or with teams working on projects.
“Reflective Coaching Journal: Something rather different and a great tool for development.” Dr. Eva Stewart on September 15, 2014
“Clearly expert content, easy to work through and an approach that works. I have thoroughly enjoyed working through this reflective journal and I will revisit it over time. There is also a place for this publication to be used with teams in organisations on shared projects for personal and team development. Amazing graphics, clearly researched content and compelling questions that really do make you think. I’d recommend it to anyone who wants to make changes in their life!” Ian M. on December 9, 2014
“Dr Beckett-McInroy has combined professional physiological techniques with user friendly and intuitive methods in a fun and pragmatic fusion that is accessible to the user and profoundly valuable at the same time. The questions posed are simple and direct. The rhetorical nature of the questions – What do I really want? What don’t I want? – are those we need to ask ourselves and answer honestly. Most of us spend our lives dodging such basic life issues. This book, with it’s friendly and easy to follow approach is a powerful tool in both life and work management. It is most aptly titled, Reflective Coaching Journal. Highly Recommended.” Mr Ian Morley, Chairman, Wentworth Hall Consultancy.
“In this fast paced world we rarely take time to pause and reflect. In this pragmatic approach Clare offers us opportunity to utilize this underused but valuable skill by helping us make sense and meaning of our personal reflections and put together in usable actions. The visual layout and use of white space encourages you to start writing a reflective process in itself. Academically underpinned, user friendly resources like this book only serves to increase accessibility to this insightful practice.” Mr Andrew Woodvine on September 15, 2014
Networking Know How©
Networking Know How©, the first in the CoachME series©, is unique and a must read. It is alive with stories from of 40 international professionals who share their successes and reflections on how to widen your net and make it work for you. Written in a coaching style, by Dr Clare Beckett-McInroy EdD PCC, a learning and development expert and certified executive coach, it provides you with opportunities to ‘have a go’ at challenging your beliefs through activities that make you more aware of who you are being and they ways you need to interact. Implement the strategies in this book and the quality of your networking will dramatically improve. If you want to know how to network with skill and an enthusiastic mindset, in a calculated manner, flip the pages and enjoy the ride.
Dim the lights. Start up the music. Raise the curtain. Are you ready to take your first public step to tread the boards? Now take a photograph. Capture this moment vividly in your mind. It’s the place you’ll end up after working through this book. And the difference between now and then is that you’ll be properly prepared…
“Networking Know How is an extraordinary book about one of today’s most critical subjects – networking. Read it and learn how to develop a network that will help you reach your potential!” Marshall Goldsmith, Author of the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
“Such a useful tool for people at all stages of their careers… In ‘CoachME – Networking Know How’, the author has assembled a toolbox useful for anyone wanting to progress in his/her career or life – or having progressed into a position in which these skills do not come naturally. So many of us are uncomfortable in social situations which require us to present ourselves more confidently. This step-by-step guide holds our hand to increase that self-confidence.” Dr Laurence Lyons, Director of The Metacorp Group, Leadership Coaching Consultancy
“This book is not just for the young professional, student, charity worker or entrepreneur. It’s not just for those people who are ‘starting out’. The insight and exercises will actually help people from all stages of career or life to know and understand networking in the 21st Century a whole lot better…” Ronald Stones OBE, Director, Ronald Stones Consulting
“This is a very practical guide to an important and often under analyzed topic.” Ronan Dodworth, Managing Director of Solstice IT Ltd, Business Intelligence Consultancy Firm
“This book was a fun and accessible way for me to refresh my networking ‘toolbox’. It presented complex ideas in an easy to understand way. These ideas can be immediately incorporate it into my daily routine. I also appreciated the interactive elements that are sprinkled throughout the book. They allowed me to reflect after each chapter and draw upon my own life experiences – exponentially increasing the ‘take-home’ value.” Peter Olson, OD Specialist
“I really enjoyed reading this book!” Faisal Khalid Kanoo, Director, YBA Kanoo WLL
“As someone who is a bit networking challenged (okay, I’ll say it…I’m an introvert and I would almost go for a root canal than network), what I liked about it, is that it takes a step-by-step approach to building your network. What is especially important for me is that it teaches me how to network in an authentic way – – by helping me understand myself better. It has reflective exercises that help me determine what is really important to me and what are the outcomes I am looking for – and then offers me tips and tools.” Peter Olson on May 14, 2015