The Coach's Bookshelf

Here are several books that have helped shape my thinking. Click to purchase.

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Self-Coaching

Five Minutes to Inspired Action and Results for Financial Advisors

Rachelle Huddleston delivers an interactive reading experience to clarify what inspires action for you. Energizing coaching messages challenge you create action for greater life satisfaction and professional goal achievement.

Five Minutes to Inspired Action and Results for Professionals

Rachelle Huddleston walks you through an interactive reading experience to clarify what inspires action for you. Energizing coaching messages help you create action for greater life satisfaction and professional goal achievement.

Leadership

The Leadership Challenge Sixth Edition

James Kouzes and Barry Posner have spent three decades studying the best practices of top leaders. They define five practices of exemplary Leadership.

Management & Employee Engagement

First Break All the Rules

Marcus Buckingham and Curtis Coffman broke new ground with this gem. Learn 12 questions that help determine the level of engagement and strength of your most valuable resource – your team. 

Now Discover Your Strengths

Donald O. Clifton and Marcus Buckingham broke ground with this one. Stop trying to strengthen your weaknesses. Get greater employee engagement by utilizing their strengths. Get to know your strengths with the online assessment and report which is included. 

Self-Management

The Four Agreements

Don Miguel Ruiz shares four simple statements that, when practiced daily, will change your life.

Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life

Byron Katie has a four-step process to gain peace with self and others. It takes willingness to do the work.

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway  

Susan Jeffers, Ph.D. reminds us that we may never become completely fear-free. Instead, learn new ways to keep moving forward!

Purpose

Start With Why

Simon Sinek reminds us that purpose gives us inspiration to get up and go to work. Be fueled by connecting with the reason you do what you do.

Easy Stories that Deliver Motivational Messages

Fun reads for teams to discuss and apply.

Who Moved My Cheese

Spencer Johnson uses a tail of mice and their cheese highlight the importance of change and consider our mindsets in response to needed changes.

The Energy Bus

Jon Gordon takes readers on an inspiring ride that reveals 10 secrets for approaching life with positive, forward thinking that leads to true accomplishments in life.

Fish!

Based on the famous Seattle’s Pike Place Fish, Stephen Lundin shares four ways to boost morale and engagement by bringing energy, passion and a positive attitude to the job every day.

Greater Than Yourself

Steve Farber shows that true leadership is mentorship - investing yourself in others. Expand yourself, give yourself and replicate yourself.

The Ideal Team Player

Patrick Lencioni identifies the ideal team member as humble, hungry and smart, and highlights the need to find the right person for the role.