Coaching for Meaning: The Culture and Practice of Coaching and Team Building

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Insep Editions, Mar 4, 2004 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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This book is a translation of a bestselling management book originally published in French. Its focus is on the concept of the leader as a bearer of meaning and purpose within the organization, and the significance of this for coaching and team-building. The author presents tools for the development of managers as coaches and models for how to achieve this. For a manager, coaching is a practice and a philosophy. Managers learn to enhance their role in the hierarchy and turn themselves into a trainer who supports a champion. They embark on team building to consolidate its cohesion and dynamism. This is a seminal work on coaching and team building in relation to the culture of the company, the board and the individual, written by a leading practitioner.
 

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VINCENT LENHARDT is a well-known consultant and former President of the French Transactional Analysis Association. He has worked in the field of organizational development with numerous companies, consultants and change managers for over twenty years. He is an expert member of the Association for Progress in Management of the MEDEF.
His book, originally published in French as Les Responsables Porteurs de Sens, is a seminal work in coaching and team-building. He is also the author, with Alain Godard, of Transformational Leadership, published by Palgrave Macmillan.

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