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Coaching is for everyone!
In this all-new edition of his best-selling package, Dennis Kinlaw gives you the insight you need to improve performance by empowering your colleagues. In today's employee-centered organizations, the opportunities for leadership no longer rest with managers and supervisors alone--everyone needs to be a coach!
With Kinlaw's help, you can teach people in all types of organizations to:
* Build commitment to tasks
* Encourage successful project completion
* Enhance job satisfaction . . . and much more!
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Coaching for Commitment Workshop:
Participant Workbook, Third Edition
In today's fast-paced, employee-centered organizations, the opportunities for leadership no longer rest with managers and supervisors alone—everyone needs to be a coach!
First and foremost, Coaching for Commitment is about taking care of people; by taking care of people, you take care of the bottom line. The return on investment for coaching is multiple times the initial investment, and the payoffs are tangible: sustained superior performance and commitment to self, organization, and goals. The more coaching happens, the more high performing individuals and teams become. Just imagine an entire organization in which the majority of teams are high performing. . . . Now there's a value proposition for coaching!
The Participant Workbook is your guide to the two-day Coaching for Commitment Workshop.
In this third edition of the Coaching for Commitment Workshop, all the bases have been covered. Authors Cindy Coe and Amy Zehnder have strengthened and streamlined this new and improved two-day workshop to make it even more participant-centered and dynamic. It now provides an interactive and engaging learning experience that is the most effective way to make the shift to the coach role.
In this workshop, participants will:
Become involved by understanding the various roles they play when interacting with others.
Discover ways to be more effective in the coach role and how to gain commitment from theperson being coached (PBC).
Commit to creating a Coaching for Commitment Culture.
The Participant Workbook will serve as your learning tool, activity guide, and post-workshop reference guide.About the Author:
DENNIS C. KINLAW, Ed.D., received his doctorate in adult education from The George Washington University. He has master's degrees from Wesley Theological Seminary and Garrett Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Southern College. He has taught graduate courses for The American University, The George Washington University, and Virginia Commonwealth University in management theory and practice, human behavior, group dynamics, interpersonal communication, organizational behavior, learning theory, human resource development, program planning and evaluation, and counseling of adults.For the past twenty years, Kinlaw has been a consultant to organizations and has conducted management training programs. His clients include The Aerospace Corporation, Bell Atlantic Corporation, the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, Livermore National Laboratory, Louisville Bank for Cooperatives, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters, NASA Kennedy Space Center, NASA Langley Research Center, the National Institutes of Health, the Health Care Finance Administration, and USBI Rocket Booster Corporation.
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Book Description Pfeiffer, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2. Seller Inventory # DADAX0787939862
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Book Description Pfeiffer, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB010CKNJTQ
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