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Executive Coaching: Resource Book 2000- Abridged

Berquist, Bill, Carl Ingram, Ken Merritt, and Victoria Ingram

Published by Pacific Soundings Press, Sacramento, California, 1999
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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"The benefits of traditionasl coaching have not gone unnoticed in contemporary organizations. While coaching in an organizational setting in a recent concept, it has been built in most instances on the traditional notion of a coach as one who instructs, directs and prompts people who need help in performing certain functions. As is the case for other forms of coaching, the experienced and skillful coach is expected to help transport a single employee or team of employees to a higher level of performance, motivation and accomplishment. In many instances, the connection to other forms of coaching is obvious. Highly successful athletic coaches are brought in to deliver motivational speeches or to design and conduct peak performance workshops. How soon will it be before Bela Karoli begins to speak in organizational settings about the courage and peak performance-or has it already begun? When are Bill Clinton's coaches going to come out of the shadows and deliver high priced coaching for corporate leaders who want to win over public opinion? In most instances, organizational coaching has made primary use of coaches with expertise and skill specifically relevant to organizational performance. Still, the traditional notion of coaching as instructing, directing and prompting has remained intact. Many of the organizational coaching programs create a new type of supervision or management structure, often focusing on team functioning. Other organizational coaching programs tend to focus on the performance of a chief executive officer. While various types of organizational coaching have been proposed in recent years, most of them begin with the assumptions that coaches teach their clients how to do something that the clients are not now able to accomplish on their own. They are, in essence, deficit-based models of coaching and require, in most instances, coaches with sufficient expertise to not only identify the areas for improvement but also provide the instruction, direction and prompting needed to bring about these improvements." This book has 243 + 27 pages. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever. Overall, this is a FINE copy of this EXTREMELY SCARCE title. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 064465

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Title: Executive Coaching: Resource Book 2000- ...

Publisher: Pacific Soundings Press, Sacramento, California

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Spiral Bound Softcover

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: 2000 Edition

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