Powerful leadership through coaching : principles, practices, and tools for managers at every level
—Simpson, Michael K. (Leadership coach), author.
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"All great coaches know how to give feedback .A They keep a balanced and honest perspective that separates the person from the problem or issue. A They help coach in strengths while help them to improve upon areas of weakness with a continuous improvement mindset. Many people and teams are not empowered or even allowed to expand their roles, responsibilities, and job capabilities. Additionally, many people do not have a career path that inspires and helps them play to their strengths. Coaching offers leaders/managers the awareness around a performer's greatest gifts, talents, and strengths. It also allows for dialogue in helping to close gaps, weaknesses, poor behaviors, and performance issues that are important to discuss between and performer and their boss. This ongoing coaching and development can be a "game change" for all people. However, it is painful for any organization and any manager of any team when their people are in the wrong seats on the bus and are not aware or don't have a supportive structure to help assign them to the right roles or the career opportunities that will best leverage their gifts, talents, and strengths. A Each chapter in this book will have coaching content, simple models, practical examples, and a series of powerful and provocative coaching questions for any leader or manager to use immediately in the work place"-- Provided by publisher.

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Executive coaching.
Mentoring in business.
First edition.
320 pages
Includes index.
Link to PAC
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