TCCU Book Club

TCCU is announcing the addition of a monthly book club. We are a continuing education provider with NBHWC. (#100068) We will be reading one book a month and meeting for one hour to discuss key concepts along with ways to implement what we are learning into our coaching practice. This will be a time of learning and fun!

“I was not sure what to expect and this exceeded my expectations. I loved the fact that this was an actual webinar with a slide show covering the key take aways from each chapter. Then the floor was opened up to anyone who wished to share. The pace was great, I feel like we covered a lot of material in just an hour. The key take aways & discussion really helped to highlight how these concepts can be used in real life with clients. I love learning new coaching skills and talking them through with other coaches. I will be signing up for additional books! Thank you!”  –Participant Testimonial

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  • Read one book per month
  • Attend a zoom webinar for 1 hour per month
  • Enhance your coaching skills
  • Connect with other NBHWC coaches

Learning Objectives:

  • Outline of chapters and/or key concepts
  • Share your insights gained
  • Discuss how this will be implemented in your coaching practice


Earn 24 continuing education credits – 2 credits per book (continuing education provider #100068)


$9.99 per month. Drop in as often as you are able. Book is not included.


Two class options on the fourth Friday of each month (except Nov and Dec will be the third Friday)


Morning Class:
9 am – 10 am Pacific
10 am – 11 am Mountain
11 am – 12 pm Central
12 pm – 1 pm Eastern


Afternoon Class:
3 pm – 4 pm Pacific
4 pm – 5 pm Mountain
5 pm – 6 pm Central
6 pm – 7 pm Eastern


Testimonials from book club participants–

“I am really enjoying this monthly program and learning something new with each book and Zoom meeting. I love Kendy’s presentations with her power point slides (so well done!) and her discussion questions. It is time well spent.”

“I LOVED this book club meeting. The discussion questions were well thought out and brought up great connections. The open format for participants to discuss was organized, yet comfortable to come off of mute and share thoughts. I’m really looking forward to next month!”

“Great format! It was well organized with the chapter by chapter frame work. I am so excited to use the tools and learning from the book both personally and professionally.”

“Great book and great discussion! This was one of those books that taught a valuable perspective for coaching and also became very personal in offering insights that could be used for relationships, parenting, leading at work, etc. I’m so glad I signed up!”

“Hearing the ideas of the other coaches is always my favorite part of these sessions! It’s so helpful to hear how others are processing the book content.”

Read Review of Mindset: The New Psychology for Success, a recent book from our book club.

2021 Book Club

Earn 24 CEU’s or 2 CEU’s per book

  • JanuaryTiny Habits by B.J. Fogg – A practical guide to introducing intentionally small changes that can lead to big results.

  • FebruaryThe Heart of Laser Focused Coaching: A Revolutionary Approach to Masterful Coaching by Marion Franklin

  • MarchListening Well: The Art of Empathetic Understanding by William Miller

  • AprilMindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol F. Dweck – the book that has changed millions of lives with its insights into the growth mindset.

  • May Co-Active Coaching, 4th Edition, by Karen Kimsey-House, Sandhal and Whitworth – “The bible of coaching guides” – Stephen R. Covey

  • JuneSecrets of Resilient People by John Lees –  50 Strategies to Be Strong (Teach Yourself: Relationships & Self-Help)

  • JulyCoaching Questions: A Coach’s Guide to Powerful Asking Skills by Tony Stolzfus -Dozens of valuable asking tools, models and exercises.

  • AugustThe Deepest Well by Nadine Burke Harris, M.D. – “A frame to both understand and respond more effectively to our most serious social ills.” – New York Times

  • SeptemberThe Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier – Distills the essentials of coaching to seven core questions.

  • OctoberStick with It: A Scientifically Proven Process for Changing Your Life – for Good by Sean D. Young

  • November Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth by Richard Boyatzis

  • DecemberThe Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are by Brene Brown