Solution-focused Coaching: Managing People in a Complex World

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Momentum, 2003 - Mentoring in business - 178 pages
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"To be successful at work you have to be successful with people. As stress takes an ever bigger toll on people, so the successful organisation is the one that enables its workforce to manage and even harness that stress into productivity and satisfaction. Balance, clear goals and responsibility become more and more important. The book examines the challenges that the furious pace of change in today's world have brought and provides every manager with strategies to facilitate a successful, dynamic, creative, effective workforce. Backed by sound, up-to-the minute psychological theory this book is also highly practical and is packed with validated tools and techniques for enhancing life experience and work performance. This book will equip the reader with usable, effective, proven techniques for improving, communication, collaboration and co-operation at work. It will teach the reader how to become a 'manager coach' and to lead themselves and their team with confidence."--Publisher's website.

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Jane Greene is a distance and open learning consultant, writer and editor specialising in management training and life long learning. She holds a BA Hons in Philosophy and English from the University of Kent and an MSc in Intelligent Management Systems from South Bank University, London. Articles on her work in interactive learning have appeared in the press.

Anthony M Grant is a Coaching Psychologist, based in New South Wales, Australia. He holds a BA(Hons) in psychology from the University of Sydney and a Masters of Behavioural Science from Macquarie University, Sydney. His research and practice has frequently been reported in the media . He has received a number of awards for his work in psychology including the Australian Psychological Society Prize for Psychology (1997) and the University of Sydney Medal for Psychology.

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