Dr Marc Kahn’s review of Transformational Coaching to Lead Culturally Diverse Teams

“In this timely and useful book, the authors draw on their considerable experience and address key concerns and approaches to team coaching, stressing the importance of culture and the role that diversity plays in the process. Systems Theory is fast emerging as the dominant discourse for coaching in organisations, and the models offered here do well to expose its importance. Highly recommended reading for coaches working with teams.” – Dr Marc Kahn, Global Head of HR and OD, Investec Plc; Visiting Professor of People, Organisation and Strategy at Middlesex University, London, UK

Book your spot for the upcoming South African launch of the book in Cape Town (Monday 27th May 2019) or Johannesburg (Wednesday 29th May 2019) by sending us an email with your name, email address, contact number and whether you would like to join us in Cape Town or in Johannesburg.

Transformational Coaching to Lead Culturally Diverse Teams is available in hard cover or ebook format from Routledge.

By 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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