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MyLibrary Suggestions for Performance Support & Performance Consulting

My radicalization around the pursuit of Performance Support and formal Performance Consulting training happened in 2004, and during that time I’ve acquired several books that I consider required reading. I’ve pulled these together on a single page and have each book linked to the associated page at Amazon.com if you would like to read content details and/or make a purchase. If you have other favorites you have discovered in your own practice, let me know and I’ll add them to the list. I will continue to add to this list over time…

Paul Matthews
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Allison Rossett
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Mosher & Gottfredson
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Barker
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Robinson & Robinson
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  1. November 4, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    Thanks Gary,

    I’ve found Rossett/Schafer and Mosher/Gottfredson to be incredibly valuable resources. I’d also offer the following resources on performance consulting:

    ‘Training Ain’t Performance’ by Stolovitch and Keeps. This book covers so much territory, but in a simple and highly practical way:

    http://www.amazon.com/Training-Aint-Performance-Harold-Stolovitch/dp/1562863673

    ‘How to be a true business partner by performance consulting’ by Nigel Harrison. Nigel’s 7 step approach is wonderfully simple (you can download some free resources on it directly from his site):

    http://www.performanceconsultingbook.co.uk/products-page/

    These two books have very much shaped my thinking around performance consulting.

    I also wrote a short piece on LinkedIn that explores some of the considerations for adopting a performance consulting approach in practice. I’d appreciate any other people’s ideas/views:

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140801081643-74960945-who-are-the-performance-consultants-really?trk=prof-post

    Cheers,

    Andrew

  2. November 5, 2014 at 11:16 am

    Andrew, thanks for the contributions!

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