The Great Game of Business by Jack Stack and Bo Burlingham

The Great Game of Business taps into the power of the game mindset to resolve the conflict between people and profit, unlocking into the competitive spirit of every person.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

Patrick’s model is my go-to when working with any team, as teamwork is still a rarity. This is because teams are made up of imperfect human beings and are therefor inherently dysfunctional.

Teaming by Amy C. Edmondson

In Teaming, the real power of this work is that it provides a supportive framework for understanding and responding to the dynamics of teams, and, specifically, how to use that dynamic in creating collective learning. This is a really practical resource, filled with ideas and strategies.

Principles by Ray Dalio

Scaling Up by Verne Harnish is one of the most important books in my collection. Throughout my years as a coach, and previously as an executive leader in organisations, I have never found a tool as simple and structured as the Scaling Up methodology.

Scaling Up by Verne Harnish

Scaling Up by Verne Harnish is one of the most important books in my collection. Throughout my years as a coach, and previously as an executive leader in organisations, I have never found a tool as simple and structured as the Scaling Up methodology.

The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier

The Coaching Habit proves the idea that if you want a better solution you need to ask a better question. And what better way to ask great questions than through coaching? Michael Bungay Stanier makes this so clear and accessible.