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Coaching the team at work

David Clutterbuck

Coaching the team at work

by David Clutterbuck

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Published by Nicholas Brealey International in London, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employees -- Coaching of,
  • Teams in the workplace -- Management,
  • Organizational learning -- Management,
  • Employee motivation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementDavid Clutterbuck.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5549.5.C53 C58 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23139154M
    LC Control Number2006101499

    "The TCS Certificate in Team Coaching was thought-provoking. It was full of content and opportunities to practice team coaching in real-time. At times it was challenging but also really fun and honest in the way that we were encouraged to self-manage as a group.   When we work in a remote team (or a team by another name where communication regularly takes place online), most of our regular conversations tend to be asynchronous and transactional. It's therefore easy to miss out on the opportunity to initiate an interaction that will help a team member to learn on the job, to grow as a professional (even.

    Part One, Foundations of Coaching, lays the groundwork. Part Two, Building Blocks, discusses the essential components of the coaching process. Part Three, Leading Change, explores the use of executive coaching as a change activity. The final section of the book, Part Four, looks at core applications and various case : Nora Richardson. He starts with coaching in general, then focuses on the even more complex process of coaching a team. Clutterbuck is clear and honest. He makes a point of identifying where different approaches to coaching clash and, more generally, explaining what is and isn't known about team coaching.

    Work and project management software that lets you work your way, so you can focus on delivering results. Helpdesk software that lets you put people first and improve your customers’ happiness. Team chat software for companies who value communication and collaboration. Content Collaboration and planning software that integrates seamlessly. Coaching Work Teams: A New Way to Lead Coaches want motivated team members who will do their best work for the team. Good leaders have mastered the art of results-driven management without sacrificing teamwork, goals, or the daily practice that meets them. Good leaders are great coaches. If you want your work teams to be successful, start.


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