The coaching habit: Say less, ask more and change the way you lead forever

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In Michael Bungay Staniers The coaching habitCoaching becomes a regular, informal part of your day so managers and their teams can work less hard and be more effective.
Bungay Stanier has years of experience educating more than 10,000 busy managers around the world in practical, everyday coaching skills, and shows you how to unlock the potential of your employees. He unpacks seven key coaching questions to show how you can use fewer and more questions to develop coaching methods that deliver great results.

  • Get to the heart of every conversation The kickstart question
  • Stay up to date with every interaction The awe-question
  • Save hours with time The lazy questionand hours with others The strategic question
  • Get to the bottom of any interpersonal or external challenge The focus question and The foundation question
  • Make sure others find your coaching as useful as you The learning question

The book is a fresh, innovative interpretation of the traditional handbook, combining insider information with research from the fields of neuroscience and behavioral economics, as well as interactive training tools to translate practical advice into practiced habits. Funny and talkative, The coaching habit takes your job – and your job – from good to great.

"Coaching is an art and it is much easier said than done, it takes courage to ask a question instead of giving advice, giving answers or finding a solution, giving other people the opportunity to find their own way and to make their own mistakes. " and to create their own wisdom is both courageous and vulnerable. In this practical and inspiring book, Michael introduces seven transformative questions that can make a difference in the way we lead and support. And it leads us through the difficult part – how to take this new information and turn it into habits and a daily practice. "-BrenĂ© Brown, Author of Strong and daring ascend

"Michael Bungay Stanier summarizes the essence of coaching in seven key questions, and by mastering his simple but in-depth technique, you'll get two points, provide more effective support to your employees and employees, and you may find yourself the ultimate coach for yourself. "
Daniel H. Pink, Author of Selling is human and driving

"What can you do to become a better leader?" Michael asks and answers this question by offering aspiring executives seven thought-provoking questions that change their leadership habits.This book is packed with practical, useful, and interesting questions, ideas, and tools all guide guides try to be better. "
Dave Ulrich, Co-author of The why of the work and the leadership code

"Michael's intelligence, wit, skill, and dedication to the coaching craft shine in this brilliant handbook for anyone called to help others, and even after four decades of my own experience in the arena, The Coaching Habit has brought me great insights. "
David Allen, Author of get things done

"The coaching habit is funny, clever, practical, catchy and rounded off in current behavioral science. I found it very valuable for my own work and collaboration. "
James Slezak, Executive Director for Strategy, New York Times

The Coaching Habit Say Fewer More Ask Change the way you lead forever

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  • The Coaching Habit Say Less Ask More Change the Way...
  • Bungay Stanier, Michael (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 244 Pages - 02/29/2016 (Publication Date) - Page Two...

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