- Linda J. Page, Adler Graduate School, USA
"Coaching for Change brings together coaching and change theories in a new and fresh way. It offers insights into theory and practice, with a model to help practitioners, and a basis in psychological research from the OD and coaching field, providing a trusted resource for the reader. The book is supported by further online materials, making it a valuable resource for students and reflective organisational practitioners. Written by two of the leading scholars in the field, this is a valuable contribution to the literature on the psychology of coaching and change."
- Jonathan Passmore, University of Evora, Portugal
"My only complaint is that I wish I had this book fifteen years ago! Coaching has become a critically important part of my work with leaders on change. Bennett and Bush provide a sound practical framework for those of us who coach people who lead and manage change. Leaders often know what they need to do, but something gets in the way. Effective coaching can help our clients remove those stumbling blocks. I believe that Coaching for Change gives us a discipline for engaging clients in those critical conversations."
- Rick Maurer, Advisor to leaders on building support for change, Rick Maurer & Associates
"Regardless of the target population (e.g., students, project leaders, managers, executives), participants will be able to leverage the potential of this resource"
- Ellen Van Oosten, Case Western Reserve University, and Kathy E. Kram, Boston University.