Helen Tupper

You Coach You
  • You Coach You

  • From the authors of the No 1 Sunday Times Business Bestseller The Squiggly Career

    'This great book provides tools, ideas and inspiration to help readers seize opportunities and face new challenges. A must read for everyone who wants to pro-actively seize their career' Professor Lynda Gratton, bestselling author of The 100 Year Life

    Are you at a standstill in your career? Have you run out of the motivation to fix problems at work? Do you feel like you aren't where you thought you'd be by this point, or have you already got to where you wanted to be and realised it isn't bringing you joy?

    The most successful people have always benefitted from professional coaching to help them develop their careers, solve dilemmas and get them through challenging moments. Now, in You Coach You, the UK's leading career experts Sarah Ellis and Helen Tupper will give you the knowledge and tools to coach yourself. Inside you'll learn how to:

    - Get unstuck and enjoy work again
    - Leverage your existing skills for new opportunities
    - Build boundaries and more productive relationships
    - Cultivate personal resilience
    - Identify and achieve your career goals

    Packed with practical exercises, tools and advice from inspiring people, this book will help you find motivation, answers and achieve everything you've ever wanted in your career.

Helen Tupper has held leadership roles at Microsoft, Virgin and BP and is now CEO of Amazing If. Her love of learning has led her to study at Henley, Cranfield and Cass Business School. Helen is a trustee for the Working Families charity, a Fellow of The RSA and lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband and two children.

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