Coach 2 the Bottom Line: An Executive Guide to Coaching Performance, Change and Transformation in Organizations

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B\Coach Systems, LLC, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 365 pages
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The primary aim or purpose of this book is providing a methodology for creating a CoachSystem (CS) in an organization.
This book is also not necessarily a skills and practices book. There are many great coaching skills and practices books available for developing coaching ksa's but hardly anything on what coaching can do for and to organizations!

This book also provides a method to take coaching to the line-the bottom line in organizations-all the way to the customer interface. It provides a simple, yet effective model of coaching that anyone can learn in a few minutes and then proceed down a path of mastery over time to creating organizational effectiveness.

Clearly this book lays out for you a coaching methodology you can teach to your line managers, or use with your customer service department-even your kids! It helps you build a CoachSystem, integrating coaching into your organization at every level.

The book is about creating outcomes for the individual and the organization that lead to well-being, purpose, competence and awareness. It is based on proven methods of improving performance, creating generative rather than destructive change and facilitating individual and organizational transformation.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
19
Performance Change and Transformation
33
Using Coaching to Match Capability
51
CHAPTER 4
67
CHAPTER 5
79
CHAPTER 6
93
CHAPTER?
105
CHAPTERS
115
CHAPTER 14
187
CHAPTER 16
211
CHAPTER 17
215
Modeling
222
CHAPTER 19
249
PART III
257
CHAPTER 21
267
INSIGHTS SO FAR
283

CHAPTERS i 23
123
CHAPTER 10
135
PART II
139
Organizational
152
CHAPTER 13
163
THE FINAL WORD
297
CHANGEABILITY ASSESSMENT APPENDIX B 1
321
FEEDBACK PLEASE I
365
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