How to Be A Great Coach

24 Lessons for Turning on the Productivity of Every Employee

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0071442359

Date

December 17, 2003

Format

Paperback, pages

ISBN

0071435298 / 9780071435291

$

Your Price

7.95



Overview


Main description

These quick reads, based on McGraw-Hill bestsellers, are designed to meet the needs of busy people. Titles in the series focus on each book's main themes and action ideas, reduced to a manageable page count for on-the-go readers.

Rules, guidelines, best practices, problem-solving approaches, and more for applying effective coaching methods in the workplace


Author comments

Marshall Cook is a professor in the Division of Continuing Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of nearly a dozen books, including Effective Coaching and Time Management.


Back cover copy

How to be a Great Coach

24 Lessons for Turning on the Productivity of Every Employee

Today's worker is empowered and intelligent, and no longer can you expect overbearing, high-pressure management tactics to improve performance. In the modern workplace, managers are discovering that they must work in partnership with their employees, providing them with the tools they need for success by first determining exactly what those tools are.

The Manager as Coach provides guidelines, best practices, and state-of-the-art approaches for working with, instead of against, your employees, in the process boosting their motivation, performance, and productivity. This results-focused book focuses on 24 innovative and proven approaches for getting the best efforts from your employees by giving your best, and earning their respect by first learning how to:

  • Be fair
  • Admit your mistakes
  • Ask good questions
  • Welcome complaints
  • Coach one-on-one
  • Encourage different approaches
  • Train employees
  • Stress the positive
  • Provide constructive feedback
  • Advocate for your employees

When your employees do well, you do well. Learn all about today's most effective coaching methods--what they are, how they work, and how you can use them to dramatically improve the performance of your employees--in the focused, hands-on leadership guide The Manager as Coach.





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