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Coaching for Emotional Intelligence: The Secret to Developing the Star Potential in Your Employees

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At some point in their careers, all managers face a frustrating and seemingly insurmountable challenge -- the highly intelligent, highly skilled direct report who is failing when he should be excelling. Often, this employee is destroying not only his own career, but also the morale of the rest of the team. While this behavior may initially seem willful, it is more than ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 27th 2006 by AMACOM (first published January 1st 2006)
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Chantelle
This is not really a book about coaching at all. It should be called 'performance management for emotional intelligence' instead. This is about telling people what they do right, or wrong, praising and correcting. That's management, not coaching. But still some good ideas.
Joel Stockstill
Oct 10, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great Read

If you are looking to learn more about coaching in the vein of emotional intelligence this book is a great read.
Keith Arendall
Jun 13, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I utilize this method of coaching everyday
Alex
Dec 26, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
the book is about giving feedback, not couching in its usual meaning (i.e. increasing responsibility and awareness).
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Informative and good examples
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