Books and Publications by CSA Faculty and Supervisors

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  • 6 Jul 2021 11:20 AM | Anonymous

    Author and CSA Accredited Supervisor Brian Duggan 

    I invite you to walk with me and reflect on what I think it means to be a coach. I hope this walk will help you to find your own meaning. Perhaps more than anything this book is an invitation to explore 'coaching' from the inside out.

    One reviewer said: "Excellent self development - a best read for managers, supervisors, mentors, coaches, or anyone interested in helping people grow"

    Click here to learn more about Brian and the this publication (pdf)

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  • 9 Feb 2021 8:26 AM | Anonymous

    Contributing Author: CSA Accredited Supervisor Jackie Arnold

    This book offers approaches from professionals working with the mind-body connection to reduce stress and anxiety, build motivation and enable individuals to understand and respond to their needs.

    You will discover the impact of three pillars of health and wellness: Awareness, Information and Learning. This provides you with the framework to deepen your professional knowledge, skills and confidence to support others in times of uncertainty and crisis.

    The methods and content outline the experiences that continually come from supporting cancer patients, carers and their families at the Fountain Centre, a UK charity working with the National Health Service (www.fountaincentre.org).

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  • 21 Dec 2020 9:14 AM | Anonymous

    by CSA Accredited Supervisor Janet Harvey

    When is the last time you visibly and boldly challenged the status quo? It might be a tough question to answer. Uncertainty about what’s on the other side of the familiar and comfortable stops many of us from taking action. And yet, we continue to stay stuck, unaware of our roadblocks, and without a meaningful way forward. What can be done? We must intentionally “invite change.” Janet M. Harvey’s, Invite Change, is born from her decades of work coaching C-suite, people managers, and leaders who care deeply about solving personal, professional, and social changes at their very root.

    The purpose of this book is to challenge the status quo, provoke discussion, and quench a thirst for something different in the way people contribute and influence their workplaces and their communities. You want the freedom to lead authentically, to generate results that allow for thriving communities. What is the necessity and opportunity of this time—especially now during our shared, expansive disruption during the Covid-19 pandemic? To learn how to invite change that inspires and activates each person to answer our tough social questions at the root so we all may prosper. To invite this change we have to lean into an opportunity that many deem an obstacle and a reason to turn back away from greatness—fear. If you’re longing to lead with authenticity and sovereignty, if you’re looking to get unstuck from the “same old” while pushing past fear and the antiquated status quo, then pick up a copy of Invite Change…today!

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  • 4 Dec 2020 11:22 AM | Anonymous

    by CSA Graduate Mary Gregory

    Ego manifests in many forms and can compromise our ability to fully engage with others. In order to build trusting relationships, today’s leaders need to understand how to manage their own egos, as well as others’. Equipped with these skills, leaders can encourage people to feel engaged and empowered while unlocking innovation and creating positive working environments.

    This book is packed with insightful leadership stories, useful psychological models and reflective activities and exercises to enable leaders to better understand themselves and the different dynamics at play in their relationships, allowing them to effectively manage the many challenges faced in today’s workplace.

    Available through Amazon - click here

  • 5 Nov 2020 5:29 PM | Anonymous

    by Amy Kosterlitz (Author), Kathleen Marron (Author), CSA Graduate: Kelly Ross (Author), Lori Siegworth (Author), CSA Graduate: Penny Handscomb (Author), Rebecca Glenn (Author), Timothy Signorelli (Author).

    Do you seek a feedback process that can be tailored to equip leaders to accomplish their professional goals? Do you need a practical guide for mining stakeholder feedback and framing it in ways that make leaders hungry for the insights? Are you tired of being constrained by cookie-cutter 360-degree feedback tools used in organizations, tools that can be tone deaf to the underlying emotions? Do you wish you could uncover the fears which inhibit the change a leader needs, so they can design actions for future growth? Then Fearless Feedback is your answer! Among many things, this book provides: A practical seven-step framework on how to structure stakeholder feedback for leaders; An actionable guide with specific dos and don’ts; Intriguing dialogue between coach, leader, and stakeholder (articulating the unspoken thoughts and underlying emotions); and Tested techniques, tips, tools, and templates!

    Book web site click here

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  • 3 Nov 2020 6:28 PM | Anonymous

    Report from An Action Research Inquiry to Explore the Relevance and Value of 1:1 Executive Reflection to Leaders in a Global, Virtual and Diverse World
    by CSA Executive and Faculty: Elaine Patterson, Jackie Arnold, and Dr. Alison Hodge January 2020

    Leaders, particularly in global organisations, are facing increasing pressure to perform and deliver results, with little time or incentive to pause and think or reflect on what they are doing or how to better resource themselves (Scharmer 2018)

    ‘Executive Reflection’ (or Leadership Supervision) is a 1:1 distinct practice. It provides a creative and reflective space and generative oasis for Leaders to gain deeper insights and awareness (“Helicopter-Vision”) that includes themselves, their work, their relationships and with their wider environment at work. Click here to download a copy of the report

  • 24 Sep 2020 8:19 PM | Anonymous

    by Khurshed Dehnugara and Claire Genkai Breeze

    This book is written for leaders that are challenging the status quo from the inside of large, established, institutions. As these organisations scale, we notice that complexity grows, their business models become entrenched and cultural barriers to change dominate. The greatest challenge leaders face at this stage is one of maintaining their energy, vitality and ability to innovate, in the face of the personal risk entailed in doing so.

    The100 mindsets captured here are written as an illustrated series of sharp, quick, paradoxical insights that disturb habitual corporate logic. The book is easy to pick up when five minutes are available, to remind the reader how easy it is to slip back into the comfortable armchair of conformity, and what to do to get out of it.

    Download a sample extract

    Available on Kindle or Paperback from Relume

  • 24 Sep 2020 6:37 PM | Anonymous

    Edited by Terry H. Hildebrandt, PhD; Francine Campone, EdD; Kathy Norwood EdD; and Erek J. Ostrowski, PhD.


    “This important volume will be a valuable tool for leadership coaches and coach trainers who are shaping the next generation of leadership coaches.” Dr. Damian Goldvarg, Past Global President, International Coach Federation.

    Today, at the beginning of the 2020’s, the need for effective leadership coaching is more urgent than ever. In response, this book offers a broad and multi-disciplinary overview of coaching in the twenty-first century, with contributions from 27 leading coaches and coach educators across North America, Europe and Asia. It is organized in 5 sections:

    Part I offers an overview of the “ancestors” of coaching, whose theories and practices have informed coaching from its beginnings

    Part II consists of five chapters including research, theories, and models that inform coaching with leaders and executives.

    Part III includes four chapters focused on a variety of theories, research, and techniques that enable transformational change with coaching clients.

    Part IV includes four chapters focused on coaching in an organizational or group context.

    Part V includes three chapters covering research and applied theory for educating and developing professional coaches.

    Available from Fielding Graduate Press

  • 18 Sep 2020 7:36 PM | Anonymous

    Full Spectrum Supervision takes the reader into the heart of reflective practice and provides fascinating insights into the complexities of this transformative work. The book offers the reader a unique view of what actually happens in supervision and shares many new and practical exercises; these can be used by a wide range of professionals and adapted to make your practice stronger. The case studies illuminate key skills that have emerged from mature practice.


    Through exploring the Full Spectrum Model in these chapters, the reader will take away new ways of relating to and developing people. If you work with people and want to build your professional skills and your capacity to engage staff or clients, then this is the book for you. The book is generous, offering many new perspectives on supervision, new interventions, new maps and models which demonstrate the authors' original thinking and their commitment to best practice. "Who you are, is how you supervise"

    Available through Amazon

  • 18 Sep 2020 4:30 PM | Anonymous

    Weekly Leadership Contemplations by Amanda Ridings Weekly Leadership

    This is a book for our times. It is for leaders, coaches and other practitioners who are searching for inspiration as they reflect on their leadership experiences and practice. It is a collection of fifty two short pieces, written to invite you to connect with similar moments in your own life and work and to consider them more probingly. The book is meant to be read slowly – it is a written ‘thought for the week’.

    The narratives are prompted by the author’s personal experiences and by thought-provoking themes brought to her attention by her executive coaching clients or by events in the world. Many of them highlight the ‘gap’ between our leadership aspirations and our ability to live up to them, and gently challenge the reader to hold themselves to account and to tackle this disparity. Throughout the book, readers are encouraged to make contact with their finest leadership spirit, and to anchor their choices in it. 

    ‘Weekly Leadership Contemplations is both elegant and practical. In the current swell of advice to leaders, the brevity and keenly focussed content are a welcome relief.  But do not be beguiled into thinking that these short pieces are lightweight!  They are the distillation of years of practice and of profound reflection on the dilemmas that leaders encounter daily, both internal and external. They offer subtle insights and imaginative strategies to the reader.

    Amanda has an exceptionally clear mind, which enables her to connect professional experience, knowledge of leadership discourses and her gift for using story to weave reflections that are accessible and powerful. The result is a timely and compelling addition to the 21st century leadership conversation.’ 

    Edna Murdoch, Director, Coaching Supervision Academy Ltd

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