Leaders today have many challenges when it comes to guiding and influencing the performance of their team members. In the past, productivity and success depended on sheer muscle and sweat. Competition, technology and the desire of employees to be meaningfully involved in their work are powerful forces shaping the leader’s destiny and future role. The need for service, quality, and effectiveness in organizations is stimulating a demand for employees who think, act, and feel like responsible partners in the enterprise. Now and in the future, reinvigorating employees, managers, and peers through coaching will be critical to the success of both leaders and business. More than ever, leaders need to inspire employees with contagious enthusiasm in order to deliver quality services and products. In CMOE’s coaching book, “The Coach: Creating Partnerships for a Competitive Edge,” it provides refreshing ideas and strategies to help leaders cope with the demands and challenges of their calling.
CMOE’s coaching books are about the coaching process along with the skills, behaviors, courage, and values leaders need in order to obtain employee commitment and motivation. This coaching book contains a lot of specifics on what to say and how to handle different coaching situations. The authors provide a unique close-up account of a true-to-life manager who discovers the obstacles and challenges of helping an employee over a difficult time. This leader ultimately discovers the keys to coaching success and averts a career-threatening disaster.
Many books on leadership focus on general theories, while others treat the topic of coaching in a shallow oversimplified view. In this coaching book, CMOE provides helpful resources from over twenty five years of research and observations. Further, Steve Stowell PhD. and CMOE have collected data that provides a rich deep understanding of this topic.
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