Coaching for Results: 5 TIPS for Driving Performance
Coaching for Results: 5 TIPS for Driving Performance is a quick read with sound and practical advice for today’s leaders and managers who want to improve how they navigate all kinds of coaching interactions.
The foundation for this book, CMOE’s Coaching TIPS²™ Model, is a proven process for coaching others effectively in the workplace and driving performance results. This Model developed out of years of research, on the behaviors and habits of the most successful coaches working in challenging environments—and the results of that research are undeniable: when individual contributors receive good coaching from peers and leaders, their performance and value to the organization increases.
If you are uncomfortable coaching others or just want to improve your current coaching capabilities, the specific, actionable skills provided in this book are exactly what you need. Coaching for Results will help you harness the individual strengths of others and build meaningful relationships that will take you further than you ever dreamed.
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Win-Win Partnerships: Be on the Leading Edge with Synergistic Coaching
Win-Win Partnerships provides readers with a practical coaching model that can be applied in building collaborative relationships with team members, creating greater accountability, and helping others to adjust and thrive in changing environments. Steven J. Stowell, Ph.D. and the CMOE team have over 40 years of experience in applied research on the topic of coaching. This coaching book will help those who either want to coach or be coached to discover how they more effectively and productively communicate with others one-on-one. Win-Win Partnerships is a coaching book that addresses how to develop learning relationships and create synergistic coaching solutions when faced with life’s challenges, examining each coaching opportunity as a learning experience. The principles taught in this book have wide application, giving the reader the ability to enhance his or her relationships at work, school, and home.
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The Coach: Creating Partnerships for a Competitive Edge
The Coach explores the coaching process and the skills, behaviors, values and courage leaders need in order to evoke employee commitment and motivation. This coaching book provides readers with specific tips, suggestions and methods to apply this new knowledge and how to effectively communicate while handling coaching situations around successful performance and unsuccessful performance. The authors provide a personal, illustrative account of a true-to-life manager who discovers the obstacles and challenges of helping an employee through a difficult time in their profession. This leader ultimately discovers the keys to the successful coaching of others and averts a career-threatening disaster by applying the skills which CMOE has identified in its research.
Many books on leadership focus on general theories, while others treat the topic of coaching in a shallow and oversimplified manner. Steven J. Stowell, Ph.D. and Matt M. Starcevich, Ph.D. provide a rich and deep understanding of this topic for the reader using collected data and anecdotal examples from over 35 years of research and observation.
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“Remember that coaching is a little like the focus ring on a camera; if you try to focus on two real topics at the same time, they will both be blurry.”
“We urge leaders to relax their need for control and to think of themselves as catalysts, organizers, and facilitators in jointly developing solutions with the employee, not figuring out the solution for the employee.”
“Trust is a two-way street, the coach has to take the first step and believe the other person is trustworthy.”