The Tao of Coaching: Boost Your Effectiveness at Work by Inspiring and Developing Those Around You

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Profile Books, 2003 - Business & Economics - 126 pages
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A bestselling business title on how to unlock the potential of people by applying the techniques of coaching. Coaching is the key to realising the potential of your employees, your organisation and yourself. The good news is that becoming a great coach requires nurturing just a few simple skills and habits. This bestselling and classic business book, now revised and relaunched, takes you through the stages needed to implement coaching to maximum effect. Easy to read and apply, the book provides the techniques and tools of coaching that are vital for anyone who wants to develop a team of people who will perform effectively and who will relish working with you. Since its publication in 1996, it has become the bible for the coaching manager.
 

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TAO OF COACHING

User Review  - Pchabannes - Babelio

TAO OF COACHING par Max Landsberg Max Landsberg gives us after 25 years of coaching a quick list of tips & tricks in just 120 pages in pocket format so less than 2 hours reading . This is really ... Read full review

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This is a quick read that managers should probably read once and keep on their desk for later reference. Read full review

Contents

Eliciting feedback
11
Structuring the coaching session
27
Coaching in a hurry
45
Motivating
63
Coaching caveats
81
Reflecting on coaching a summary
97
Bibliography
117
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Max Landsberg is an internationally recognized authority on executive coaching and professional development. His books on coaching, motivation and leadership have sold more than 100,000 copies and have been translated into 14 languages. He is a regular instructor on corporate educational programs, and serves as faculty on courses for professional coaches.

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