The 70+ Models Every Manager and Coach Needs to Know
Stephen Gribben Pearson 29th September 2016
KEY COACHING MODELS IS AN ESSENTIAL DIRECTORY OF 72 TOOLS FOR MANAGERS TO USE TO UNLOCK PERFORMANCE THAT NO MANAGER SHOULD BE WITHOUT.
All managers and leaders are now expected to use coaching techniques to get the most out of their people. With 72 proven, easy to use coaching models to enhance performance, job satisfaction and motivation, they will be effective for individuals, teams and organisations. Each model is explained and illustrated, as it would be in a coaching session, to give a genuine coaching perspective and context beyond the theory.
To help read and apply it quickly, each model has a figure or diagram and is broken into short, accessible sections:
• What is it?
• Where does it come from?
• When should I apply it?
• How do I apply it?
• Coaching tips
The Chartered Management Institute is the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards of management and leadership excellence. Over 100,000 managers use our unique services on a daily basis.
Today, the world puts huge emphasis on performance and demands more skills than ever before. Yet far too many managers don’t get the guidance they need to tackle their challenging roles. We want to end this paradox and help managers to stop simply getting by… and to start excelling.
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