Over the years, I have been lucky enough to write several resources for people who want to better understand resilience at work, leaders that want more confidence coaching discussions and anybody who wants to enjoy more (mostly) good days at work"
In a world that won’t stop changing it can be too easy to give up on your career aspirations when things don’t go to plan.
In a practical and interactive format, this book clearly explains the link between wellbeing and resilience, highlights surprising truths about navigating change and shares secrets to overcoming obstacles to your career success.
"A wellbeing tool worth knowing" - read the full review by the Mental Health Foundation, NZ.
"A readable, engaging and practical look at this topic" - read the full review by Christchurch Libraries.
"A must read" - read the full review by the NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience.
FINALIST for Best International Book at the Business Book Awards and the Australian Career Book of the Year (2019)
There’s no escaping the growth of interest in the power of coaching conversations at work.
No longer just the stuff of track and field, coaching questions are now proving to produce quicker results, increased accountability and (on many occasions) instantaneous personal development for the person being coached.
"A vital guide to coaching conversations at work to deliver great business results" Graham Alexander, originator of the GROW Coaching model
"Easily the best collection of coaching questions I've ever come across" Amazon review
"This workbook has been an EXCEPTIONAL resource for the managers in myorganisation and has totally changed the way that managers coach their people" Amazon review
Originally published in 2009 with Longacre Press/Penguin-Random House, Keep Your Cool if You Lose Your Job is now out of print and only available from Kathryn Jackson for just $10.
The workbook was designed as a hands-on guide for anybody fearing job loss as a result of the Global Economic Crisis at that time.
"This is by far the best [redundancy] handbook I have come across." Employment Today.
“In a tough market you need confidence, support and great ideas to keep your career on track — read this book and you’ll have taken the vital first step.” John Lees, Best Selling Author