Becoming a Coaching Leader shows business managers and leaders at all levels why they should add "coach" to corporate titles and lead their teams to greatness. This book equips leaders with the skills, disciplines, and knowle dge to turn their paycheck-driven teams into vibrant and successful growth cultures. Hardcover.
Becoming a Coaching Leader shows business managers and leaders at all levels why they should add "coach" to corporate titles and lead their teams to greatness. This book equips you with the skills, disciplines, and knowledge to turn your paycheck-driven teams into vibrant and successful growth cultures. CEO and Head Coach of Building Champions, Daniel Harkavy shows you how to move beyond the theoretical to the very practical "how to" of coaching. He also presents valuable insight for assessing how fulfilled and on-purpose you are as a leader.
Guiding readers not only in mentoring others but also in building one's own leadership skills, Harkavy, CEO and "head coach" of Building Champions International, draws on years of experience mentoring clients in business and in their lives as a whole. The most successful sections of the book deal with less traditional business subjects, such as seeing the big picture of your own life and developing vision and mission. Though Harkavy's clients often want him to simply fix their business problems, the book's central section emphasizes the importance of a holistic approach. He walks the reader through a strategic progression, from "finding your life" to refining your business vision and business plan. The most concrete section is on priority management, where Harkavy teaches his readers to stop reacting to the issues in their lives and focus on proactively accomplishing their goals. Using a handy Daily Routine Time Blocking Schedule, Harkavy teaches readers to divide up their day so that they're always maximizing their time on high-value activities. While the introductory section of this book occasionally slips into the abstract, the latter half provides enough concrete tools to make this book worthwhile. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
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