Just Released - Effective Virtual Conversations (2017)
Effective Virtual Conversations: Engaging Digital Dialogue for Better Learning, Relationships and Results
On July 31, 2017 my newest book, Effective Virtual Conversations was released. Geared for professionals who are needing to lead and create more effective virtual conversations, whether it's a webinar, a conference call or virtual team meeting, or virtual coaching session.
The book includes practical and actionable ideas for you to try out in your upcoming virtual conversations.
* The Range of Virtual Conversations Today - Webinars, to conference calls, virtual team development
* Core Skills for Today's Effective Virtual Facilitator
* Designing Effective and Engaging Virtual Programs
* Preparing for Blast-off - Critical Activities for Seasoned and New Virtual Facilitators
* Building Your Toolkit - Activities aInd Exercises for Your Upcoming Virtual Events
* In Focus: Virtual Team Meetings (including 4 templates you will definitely want to consider incorporating!)
* In Focus: Virtual Team Development - tips and ideas when tasked with developing a virtual team
* In Focus: Virtual Team Leadership - Essentials for those leading virtual and remote teams
The book is 444 pages and is available in hard copy and Kindle Versions. Please check them out at Amazon. Accompanying the book is 18 templates which you can use in your own work, which book purchasers can download at our new EffectiveVirtualConversations.com website.
Pick up an autographed copy here. Be sure to check out the EffectiveVirtualConversations.com site and the recent community calls.
From One To Many (2013)
From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching
Author: Jennifer Britton
Jennifer's second book takes a look at the related sisters and best practices of team and group coaching. It also delves deeper into the theme of Coaching Many, reflecting how coaching is continuing to expand including coaching skills training for leaders and peer coaching approaches. The book also explores the topic of collaboration and co-facilitation, and Building a New Cohort of Leaders.
The book was released in July 2013 and has already been adopted by several coach training schools as a recommended or required resource.
Pick up a copy at Amazon.
With other Wiley Author Julie Straw - The Work of Leaders, at the 2013 CSTD National Conference and Trade Show
Effective Group Coaching (2010)
Effective Group Coaching, Jennifer J. Britton, Wiley, 2010
"This new book reflects the new industry standard on doing group coaching. It is grounded in current research and best practices from luminaries in the coaching industry. A wonderful resource for new and seasoned coaches" - As reviewed in Choice Magazine (June 2010) by CoachingToys Marcy Nelson-Garrison
Effective Group Coaching is a valuable primer and reference guide that addresses these key points:
Coaches who are experienced with, and new to, group coaching, will find this book useful and immediately applicable to the work that they do. The book will also be of interest to small group facilitators, HR professionals and trainers who wish to incorporate more of a coaching approach into the work that they undertake with groups.
Here's what others are saying about the book:
"In Effective Group Coaching, Jennifer Britton takes you through the process of group coaching essentials from start to finish. No matter where you are on the continuum of experience with group coaching, Jennifer provides insights, ideas, stories and exercises that will stimulate your imagination. You will be inspired to create dynamic groups, and rise to greater heights with your work." - Marlena Field, PCC, CPCC, www.BodyMindSpirtCoaching.com
"Jennifer Britton has taken her many years of group coaching experience and extensive knowledge and has concentrated it into this rich handbook. In Effective Group Coaching, you will find everything from the must-have tools for every effective group coach to valuable online resources and the how-to's to facilitate effectively in a virtual coaching world. Once you become immersed in this book, you will want to keep it by your side" - Leslie Bandaly, www.2Kinect.com, and Author of Games Teams Play
"Congratulations! Amazing job! Thanks so much for this generous and much needed contribution - it's so easily readable, extremely clear and practical and is there anything you didn't give away! What about the 80/20 rule?! I would thoroughly recommend it to any coach, not just those in group coaching." - Claire Chadwick