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Maximizing People Potential

A coaching perspective for leaders and managers

Maximizing People Potential
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0624-8
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Mary Clancy ★★★★★

Inspired coaching written by two highly qualified Practitioners. And that's the magic of this book. It is full of useful tried and tested approaches with a sprinkling of intuition and humour. As a leader/ manager in business today you are required to deliver high performance. To be successful it is my belief you must surround yourself with the best. If that resonates with you this book will be your trusted guide. Lesley and Lynne give you so much to work with right at your fingertips, saving you oodles of time researching the best coaching methods. They help you navigate the roles of coach and leader, give you up to the minute current thinking and practices in the coaching world and with a clear focus on achieving results. They take the complex and make it practical in its application in business, giving you the vital ingredients to be able to contribute as a coach and leader. If you are serious about inspiring those around you and achieving amazing results do yourself a favour and invest in this book now. It's a guide you will dip in and out of over and over again

Maria Wood ★★★★★

Lesley Sage and Lynne Walley’s ebook Maximising people potential is an easy to read book packed full of helpful coaching tools, techniques, models and information. It contains enough information to get a brief understanding of the topics discussed and lots of helpful references if you want to find out more. A useful book for any manager looking to expand their coaching repertoire.


Is working with, and through, people important to getting results? If so, the aptitudes and skills in this book should be of value to you.

It presents the fundamental mindsets and perspectives to enable you to harness the potential within yourself and others through a coaching approach; it is not a book to teach you coaching skills.

The authors each have many years of line management responsibilities, one-to-one coaching experience and tutoring within a variety of organisations plus high level coaching and mentoring qualifications. The book shares the perspectives, models and theories which have inspired them to learn and try out coaching approaches as they developed themselves and their staff.

The result is a combination of practical experience rooted in sound evidence-based research sprinkled with humour.


This book is aimed at:

  • Managers wanting to understand how the coaching approach differs from and integrates into their line management and training.
  • Managers who have worked, or who are currently working, with a coach and wish to retain their effectiveness between coaching sessions.
  • Outlining knowledge and thought processes your coach may be accessing in order to ask you the questions which help you make up your own mind on the actions most appropriate to the situation.
  • Generating trust and confidence between those with whom you live, work, manage and lead.

It is not designed as an alternative to a well-supported coach-training programme.

All the principles shared here are those which we have found useful when working with many of our coachees/clients as well as our own coaching journeys. As part of this sharing, we’ll do our best to bring clarity to those concepts, models, theories and words which we have found made most sense to us; but remember if something makes sense for some individuals, that doesn’t mean to say it makes sense for everyone. Learning is special to each individual: we can listen; ask questions; and sometimes share what has worked for us in the hope some aspect of this knowledge will ‘click’ with the coachee.

We feel clarity is important, hence some references, a bibliography and an extensive appendix of tools and models useful to coaching are included. So please feel free to ‘try them on’ and see which fits you best. Hopefully the content of the pages will speak to you as a manager, whether or not you choose to look behind our thinking.


  1. Differences between line management responsibilities, training staff, coaching, coaching strategy and the role of the coach.
  2. Underlying, often unspoken principles behind an effective coach or a coaching-style management approach.
  3. Self-awareness and self responsibility.
  4. Beliefs to performance and goals.
  5. Seven levels of dialogue: effective communication.
  6. Change and transitions: moving forward.
  7. Outcome thinking – coaches engaging in business growth.
  8. Neurobiology: the now and the future.


  1. Differences between line management responsibilities, training staff, coaching, coaching strategy and the role of the coach
  2. Underlying, often unspoken, principles behind an effective external coaching relationship or a coaching style management approach
  3. Self awareness and self responsibility
  4. From Beliefs to Performance and Goals
  5. Seven Layers of Dialogue – Effective Communication
  6. Change and Transition – Moving forward
  7. Outcome thinking – coaches engaging in business growth
  8. Neurobiology – the now and the future
  9. Bibliography
  10. Appendices
  11. About the Authors
  12. Endnotes
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