With the current emphasis on getting the most out of individual employees, more companies and managers are turning to coaching as a means of enhancing performance. This practical guide shows how to develop the necessary habits and skills needed to become a good coach.
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Max Landsberg successfully demystifies the murky world of motivation and offers highly practical advice with his customary insight and humour. -- Ben Cannon - Director of Training and Development, Goldman Sachs & Co
Successful leaders inspire ordinary people to achieve the extraordinary. This book will help you get the best out of your colleagues and yourself. -- Christopher Rodrigues - Group Chief Executive, Bradford and Bingley Building Society
The wise invest in motivating people. This book shows you how. -- Charles Alexander - Managing Director. Lehman Brothers
This book is a rich and vivid mix of serious theory, witty practise and handy models. It left me full of ideas and thoroughly motivated. -- Rita Clifton - Chief Executive, Interbrand
COACHING IS THE KEY TO UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF YOUR PEOPLE, YOUR ORGANISATION AND YOURSELF.
The good news is that becoming a great coach requires nurturing just a few simple skills and habits. Max Landsberg, responsible for professional development programmes at McKinsey & CO in the UK, takes you through the stages needed to implement coaching to maximum effect. He shows how to:
· Nurture an environment where coaching can flourish
· Develop a team of people who relish working with you
· Enhance the effectiveness of others through learning Create more time for yourself through efficient delegation
The techniques of coaching are now vital tools for anyone who wants to get the best out of their team – and themselves. This is the first book which, in a highly entertaining and practical way, shows how to go about it.
“Practical, readable and relevant”
ARCHIE NORMAN, Chairman, Asda Group plc
“An easy to read, informative book”
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