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The Manager as Coach: Remodel Your Management Style

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Do you have what it takes to change your management style from manager to coach? Winning teams know that it take experience and a special understanding of the skills necessary to make the team successful. It is the job of the coach to help individuals work together to outscore their opponents. The same holds true of business teams. Individuals may know how to invent, sell, plan, or any of the many skills that are necessary for a company to win in their competition with other companies, but it takes someone to mold people together to come out ahead in the search for victory! Coaching is management, but management with a new set of special skills. This book presents those differences and discusses ways which will allow you to add those additional skills to how you manage. Each chapter ends with a series of questions to help you examine your progress and your learned skills to assist in your coaching success, Coaching will change you from a person who must have all the answers into a leader who allows others to learn and have some of the answers. When you know others have answer too, you can build a team whose members are capable of stepping in at any minute to give others a hand. Coaching helps people not only get work done, but get it done more effectively and efficiently.

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Do you have what it takes to change your management style from manager to coach? Winning teams know that it take experience and a special understanding of the skills necessary to make the team successful. It is the job of the coach to help individuals work together to outscore their opponents. The same holds true of business teams. Individuals may know how to invent, sell, plan, or any of the many skills that are necessary for a company to win in their competition with other companies, but it takes someone to mold people together to come out ahead in the search for victory! Coaching is management, but management with a new set of special skills. This book presents those differences and discusses ways which will allow you to add those additional skills to how you manage. Each chapter ends with a series of questions to help you examine your progress and your learned skills to assist in your coaching success, Coaching will change you from a person who must have all the answers into a leader who allows others to learn and have some of the answers. When you know others have answer too, you can build a team whose members are capable of stepping in at any minute to give others a hand. Coaching helps people not only get work done, but get it done more effectively and efficiently.

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Series Title
Business Best
Publisher
Encouragement Press
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
160
Author
T Nick Fenger
ISBN-13
9781933766317
Publication Date
October, 2008
ISBN-10
193376631X

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