Would you rather be managed or coached? If you choose to be managed, this book is not for you. If you choose to be coached, then you need to get this book and get to reading... because in all likelihood, the team you lead wants to be coached, too. Whether you have just recently joined the ranks of leadership or have held a leadership position for years, this book can make you far more effective at what you do on a daily basis... lead people to win. Do it for your organization. Do it for those you lead. Do it for yourself.
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Whether you have just recently joined the ranks of management or have held a leadership position for years... whether you are a CEO or a front line supervisor... this little book can make you far more effective at what you do on a daily basis.
The Leader As Coach really does three things. First, it describes the world of work today and the critical role that leadership plays in organizations. Second, it describes a particular approach to leadership - one that makes leaders more effective by thinking like a "coach." Third, it lays out what a coach really does and provides specific suggestions for how to coach the different types of players you have on your team.About the Author:
Richard C. Huseman, Ph.D. serves as an executive coach, keynote speaker, and consultant. He has had a variety of experiences in business school settings, serving as professor, department head, and dean. Working with companies like AT&T, Coca Cola, ExxonMobil, Adventist Health System and IBM, his focus has been in the areas of knowledge management, change management, and most importantly, relationship management. Dick has co-authored nine books, including his most recent work, Give-To-Get Leadership: The Secret of the Hidden Paycheck (2002), as well as its precursor, Managing The Equity Factor (1989), which has been translated into Russian, German, Chinese, Portuguese, and Greek. The Leader As Coach: How To Coach A Winning Team is the culmination of 20 years of research and observation as to the true explanation of organizational performance and productivity coaching in relationships.
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