Selected Reviews of ‘The Future of Coaching’
Endorsements for ‘The Future of Coaching’
Hetty Einzig’s new book will have a profound impact beyond the coaching community and into political and diplomatic spheres. Why? Because world leaders now need a better understanding of human dynamics, especially our inability to manage anxiety and fear and our alarming tendency to groupthink. This book offers a pragmatic path to deeper understanding to enable us to cultivate joy, Feminine Intelligence and the inner skills for outer action.
Hetty’s eleven essays weave together a quilt of 25 years of experience in coaching and personal development, offering the reader insightful, informative and challenging ideas to enhance ones practice as an agent of change in the mission of building better lives for our clients and a better world for us all.
These times are having a profound effect upon the wellbeing of employees across all sectors. This is played out in the rising incidence of depression and anxiety in the workplace. Coaching and the role of coaches have become even more critical. People need someone to speak to as they learn to become more resourceful in the world we confront today. More coaches need to view wellbeing as a key driver of performance and thus develop their skills and knowledge to be able to coach for enhancing the energy of employees and line managers, not just the traditional approach of addressing skills, knowledge and behaviours. Hetty Einzig’s book is a wonderful illustration of the changing role coaches can and must play.