The Extraordinary Coach
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8 Hours 39 Minutes
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COACH YOUR BUSINESS TO SUCCESS USING THIS “INTERACTIVE” APPROACH FROM TWO OF TODAY’S MOST FORWARD-THINKING LEADERSHIP GURUS
“A wonderful and indispensable guide to the practice of coaching. The authors are among the most seasoned practitioners around . . . and it shows! Whether you are coaching subordinates or clients, you will want to keep this book close at hand—full of detailed guidance.”
—Jay A. Conger, Kravis Professor of Leadership Studies,Claremont McKenna College, and author of Building Leaders and Learning to Lead
“Stinnett and Zenger provide a comprehensive look at the value of coaching inside the organization, complete with a process, tools, and supports for getting started. This book is a great resource and contribution to the field!”
—Pam McLean, Ph.D., CEO, Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara
“Finally, and I do mean finally, a book has emerged that is the very best guide to the philosophy, competencies, and discipline required to be a coach who makes a true difference in lives of others. This is not a book to read. It is a book to study and live by. Why? Because it is all there: the right questions, the right answers, and the right motives of giving your best to others.”
—Larry Wilson, CEO, The Wilson Collaborative, and author of Play to Win!
“The Extraordinary Coach offers a compelling view of what it means to be a truly effective leader—one who empowers and grows capability through coaching. It demystifies coaching into an actionable framework that generates immediate change.”
—Christy Consler, Vice President, Leadership Development and Sustainability, Safeway, Inc.
“Powerful, thought-provoking, and packed with practical tools, concepts, and ideas you can use immediately. It will change the way you think about coaching, and about yourself.”
—Lou Kaucic, retired Chief People Officer of Applebee’s International, founder of Coaches Collective International