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Leader as Coach

3.23 of 5 stars 3.23  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  6 reviews
iLeader As Coach/i is the second in a series of books dealing with practical approaches to individual and team development. Its five coaching strategies enable leaders to partner with others to accelerate learning and development in a busy, demanding world.
pPersonnel Decisions International is a global, multiservice, human resources consulting firm. Our goal is to help cli
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Paperback, 143 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by Personnel Decisions
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Deb
A book that has been sitting on my business shelf for years but that I pulled out to re-read while working on a performance development workshop. Leader as Coach is a quick and easy read, nothing earth-shattering but very helpful and easy to follow for one-on-one coaching. FIRST is an acronym: Focus on Priorities, Implement something every day, Reflect on what happens, Seek feedback and support, and Transfer to the next steps, each area has information and steps to achieve behind it. It doesn't ...more
Pete
Ok, nothing mind blowing.
Tevilla
This book started with two great chapters and then repeated the same advice over and over. Too bad.
Roland Martinez
A very good book that made me think about aspects of coaching that I had not thought about before.
Emillam
A good resources for helping organizations begin developing their leaders into coaches.
Teri
I am currently trying to get through this, but am finding it hard to hold my attention. It is full of cliche catch phrases that are widely used in the business work.

I will continue to struggle and let you know if I find any original ideas within.
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