Stop Managing, Start Coaching!: How Performance Coaching Can Enhance Commitment and Improve Productivity

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Irwin Professional Publishing, 1996 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
Stop Managing, Start Coaching! highlights the critical skill of performance coaching-demonstrating how managers can balance the roles of trainer, mentor, career coach, and confronter to improve productivity in the workplace. This pioneering guide shows how to: develop a practical and cost-effective human resource strategy and evaluate its effects on performance improvement; reinforce positive work traits through reward strategies; master and practice the art of employee ``self-esteeming''--the next step beyond employee empowerment.

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Contents

Preface
1
Developing a New Organizational Paradigm
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Skills
20
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Gilley teaches organizatinal and human resource development at Western Michigan University.

Boughton is the managing partner of the Performance Consulting Group in Darien, CT.

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