Brilliant Coaching 3/e has been officially shortlisted in the 'New Manager' category for the 2018 Management Book of the Year prize which has just been announced by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the British Library.
Every manager and leader has the potential to be a brilliant coach.
Great coaching increases people's engagement, learning and performance. Coaching is the must-have leadership skill that helps you get the best from your team, and Brilliant Coaching shows how you can have it too.
By adopting methods specifically developed and proven in business, you’ll discover what it takes to be a leader or manager who can coach, and apply simple coaching principle in everyday scenarios. With Brilliant Coaching you’ll unlock your inner coaching ability and reap the visible rewards quickly.
· Feel confident in your ability to be a great coach
· Put core coaching skills into action
· Increase performance in your workplace
'Extremely effective tips on coaching principles backed up by true-to-life examples and exercises throughout. A “brilliant” tool for success.'
Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
'Julie has written one of the most helpful books on coaching that I have read. What I like about the book is that it addresses in a very down to earth way the many concerns that managers and leaders might have when adopting this method. However, no matter how much experience a coach has, they will benefit greatly from the middle section of the book addressing relationships, listening, questioning and feedback, and also the section on “Whose agenda?” There are countless examples of coaching questions and many coaching tips in separate boxes. Julie certainly knows her stuff.'
Sir John Whitmore, author of Coaching for Performance
This book is ideal for manager coaching, workplace coaching, coaching for performance, developing manager coaching skills and generally learning how to coach!
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Part One: Awareness
- What is coaching and how does it work?
- Coaching as an effective aid to engagement. NEW
- What is the mindset of a coaching manager?
- How does our ego limit our ability to coach? UPDATED
Part Two: Ability
- Building rapport or relationship
- Focussed listening
- Asking effective questions
- A flexible style of influence UPDATED
- Giving constructive feedback
Part Three: Application
- Off-line – Coachee has topic or agenda
- Off-line – Manager has topic or agenda
- Off-line – Both coachee and Manager have topic or agenda
- On-line – Response Coaching
Part Four: Action
- Taking your learning forward
Coaching toolbox aids and templates. NEW
$19.50 | ISBN-13: 978-1-292-13907-4
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