What Nic Eddy has to say about “Leadership Coaching for Results: Cutting-edge Practices for Coach and Client” (due out in February 2014)

“Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron has given the coaching community a generous gift. In one volume, here is a clear and essential road map for any business coach who seeks to improve his or her professional effectiveness, as well as for clients keen to improve how they might select and engage productively with a suitable coach. One of the significant challenges for business coaches, particularly in the early years of practice, is to understand and utilise the strengths of the often bewildering and seemingly contradictory myriad of models and frameworks in leadership development, business coaching, and psychology. And if summaries of significant models across all of these fields was not a feat in itself, the book adds chapters on key professional issues as well as emergent trends in coaching for new leadership. I highly recommend this book. It truly is a sanity-saving, generous resource and reference from a generous and sanity-saving colleague.”

–  Nic Eddy, Organisational Psychologist, private practice, Melbourne; National Convener of the Australian Psychological Society’s Interest Group on Coaching Psychology (IGCP).

Available in softcover and ebook versions

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About Sunny Stout-Rostron Associates

Sunny coaches at senior executive and board level in corporate organizations and educational institutions. She has a wide range of experience in leadership and management development,  business strategy and executive coaching. With over 20 years’ international  experience as an executive coach, Sunny believes that there is a strong link between emotional intelligence and business results – she works with leaders and their  teams to help them achieve individual, team and organizational goals, gaining  wisdom and knowledge through their own experience.
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