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Selected Reviews of ‘The Future of Coaching’

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Endorsements for ‘The Future of Coaching’

This beautifully written and rich collection of essays comes just when we need it- when so many of us feel daunted by these challenging times. Hetty compellingly captures the lay of the current and future landscape in which we operate as coaches and leaders, with all its challenges, and opportunities. And generous wise elder that she is, Hetty then inspires us all to wake up and step up. I dare you not to be stirred, to remain immune to her call to action.

Liz HallEditor of Coaching at Work, Co-Editor of The International Journal for Mindfulness and Compassion at Work, and author of Mindful Coaching (Kogan Page, 2013)

Hetty’s insights are captured in a beautiful and challenging patchwork of coaching essays not only to be intellectually admired. The essays covering a variety of critical issues ranging from leadership, gender, social justice and environment transform into a magic carpet; transporting the coach-leader through our complex world, challenging coaching paradigms of individual success and effectiveness. The book invites us to join a journey in coaching mastery that holds a collective vision for a socially responsible world with the coach as agent for social change.

Dr Stanley ArumugamSenior Leadership Advisor, ActionAid International, South Africa

This is an important book, not just for coaches but for all of us who care about the future of our world. Hetty Einzig draws on a lifetime of wisdom and knowledge gleaned from many sources, including literature, philosophy and psychology as well as her considerable experience of coaching at the highest levels of organisations. She outlines a vision of how we can extend the scope of coaching to develop better interconnected leadership in these VUCA times. Her ideas are profound and her writing is compelling.

Gill Smithformer UK Chair, Association for Coaching; partner in The Brain@Work

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