Author: Michael Bungay StanierPublish On: 2016-02-29
- Get straight to the point in any conversation with The Kickstart Question - Stay on track during any interaction with The AWE Question - Save hours of time for yourself with The Lazy Question, and hours of time for others with The ...
Author: Michael Bungay Stanier
Publisher: Box of Crayons Press
Category: Business & Economics
Coaching is an essential skill for leaders. But for most busy, overworked managers, coaching employees is done badly, or not at all. They're just too busy, and it's too hard to change. But what if managers could coach their people in 10 minutes or less? In Michael Bungay Stanier's The Coaching Habit, coaching becomes a regular, informal part of your day so managers and their teams can work less hard and have more impact. Coaching is an art and it's far easier said than done. It takes courage to ask a question rather than offer up advice, provide an answer, or unleash a solution. Giving another person the opportunity to find their own way, make their own mistakes, and create their own wisdom is both brave and vulnerable. It can also mean unlearning our ''fix it'' habits. In this practical and inspiring book, Michael shares seven transformative questions that can make a difference in how we lead and support. And, he guides us through the tricky part - how to take this new information and turn it into habits and a daily practice. -Brené Brown, author of Rising Strong and Daring Greatly Drawing on years of experience training more than 10,000 busy managers from around the globe in practical, everyday coaching skills, Bungay Stanier reveals how to unlock your peoples' potential. He unpacks seven essential coaching questions to demonstrate how---by saying less and asking more--you can develop coaching methods that produce great results. - Get straight to the point in any conversation with The Kickstart Question - Stay on track during any interaction with The AWE Question - Save hours of time for yourself with The Lazy Question, and hours of time for others with The Strategic Question - Get to the heart of any interpersonal or external challenge with The Focus Question and The Foundation Question - Finally, ensure others find your coaching as beneficial as you do with The Learning Question A fresh, innovative take on the traditional how-to manual, the book combines insider information with research based in neuroscience and behavioural economics, together with interactive training tools to turn practical advice into practiced habits. Dynamic question-and-answer sections help identify old habits and kick-start new behaviour, making sure you get the most out of all seven chapters. Witty and conversational, The Coaching Habit takes your work--and your workplace--from good to great.
also helps people resist the #1 temptation facing all coaches: the temptation to give advice. In The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More, and Change the Way You Lead Forever (2016), Michael Bungay Stanier writes that coaches find it ...
Author: Jim Knight
Publisher: Corwin Press
"Jim Knight is one of the wise men of coaching. His well is deep; he draws from it the best tools from practitioners, the wisdom of experience, and research-based insights. And he never loses sight of the bigger picture: the point of all this is to have more impact in this life we′re lucky enough to live." —MICHAEL BUNGAY STANIER, Author of The Coaching Habit Identify . . . Learn . . . Improve When it comes to improving practice, few professional texts can rival the impact felt by Jim Knight’s Instructional Coaching. For hundreds of thousands of educators, Jim bridged the long-standing divide between staff room and classroom offering up a much a more collaborative, respectful, and efficient PD model for achieving instructional excellence. Now, one decade of research and hundreds of in-services later, Jim takes that work a significant step further with The Impact Cycle: an all-new instructional coaching cycle to help teachers and, in turn, their students improve in clear, measurable ways. Quintessential Jim, The Impact Cycle comes loaded with every possible tool to help you reach your coaching goals, starting with a comprehensive video program, robust checklists, and a model Instructional Playbook. Quickly, you’ll learn how to Interact and dialogue with teachers as partners Guide teachers to identify emotionally compelling, measurable, and student-focused goals Set coaching goals, plan strategies, and monitor progress for optimal impact Use documentary-style video and text-based case studies as models to promote maximum teacher clarity and proactive problem solving Streamline teacher enrollment, data collection, and deep listening Jim writes, "When we grow, improve, and learn, when we strive to become a better version of ourselves, we tap into something deep in ourselves that craves that kind of growth." Read The Impact Cycle and soon you’ll discover how you can continually refine your practice to help teachers and students realize their fullest potential. View Jim Knight’s Impact Cycle video trailer:
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Author: Therese Huston
Category: Business & Economics
A game-changing model for giving effective feedback to peers, employees, or even your boss--without offending or demotivating. How are you supposed to tell someone that they're not meeting expectations without crushing their spirit? Regular feedback, when delivered skillfully, can turn average performers into the hardest workers and stars into superstars. Yet many see it as an awkward chore: Recent studies have revealed 37% of managers dread giving feedback, and 65% of employees wish their managers gave more feedback. This trail-blazing new model eliminates the guesswork. Dr. Therese Huston, the founding director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Seattle University, discovered that the key to being listened to is to listen. First, find out what kind of feedback an employee wants most: appreciation, coaching, or evaluation. If they crave one, they'll be more receptive once their need has been satisfied. Then Huston lays out counterintuitive strategies for delivering each type of feedback successfully, including: • Start by saying your good intentions out loud: it may feel unnecessary, but it makes all the difference. • Side with the person, not the problem: a bad habit or behavior is probably less entrenched than you think. • Give reports a chance to correct inaccurate feedback: they want an opportunity to talk more than they want you to be a good talker. This handbook will make a once-stressful ordeal feel natural, and, by greasing the wheels of regular feedback conversations, help managers improve performance, trust, and mutual understanding.
How A Coaching Mindset and Skills Can Change You, Your Interactions, and the World Around You Shonna D. Waters, ... The coaching habit: Say less, ask more & change the way you lead forever. Toronto CA: Box of Crayons Press. 2.
Author: Shonna D. Waters
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The Coaching Shift: How A Coaching Mindset and Skills Can Change You, Your Interactions, and the World Around You offers practical guidance on how to adopt a coaching mindset and how to build a coaching skill set to unlock better communication, stronger relationships, and high performance in others. Accessible and practical, the book draws on research from coaching, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology, and industrial-organizational psychology to provide the best science-based practices that can be applied in work and life. It presents core coaching skills that anyone can develop and use to improve their own emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and interactions with others. It uses levels of analysis to help readers think about key concepts first in relation to themselves, and then in 1:1 interactions, group and team dynamics, organizational-level impact, and beyond. The book offers specific and tangible advice for readers to develop their coaching and communication skills, while also developing a deeper understanding of themselves. The Coaching Shift, with its clear tone, anecdotal references, and practical application, will be essential reading for coaches in practice and in training, and for academics and students of coaching and coaching psychology. These concepts and practices are also relevant for anyone who wants to have more effective interactions with others.
As a leader, you need to ensure that you invest in yourself and model this because you want your team to have faith in ... 2. Stanier, Michael Bungay (2016). The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever.
Author: Victoria Carr
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Leading with Love reveals how focusing on relationships, wellbeing and core moral and ethical values can transform the motivation and engagement of teachers, parents and pupils, increasing their overall happiness as well as academic standards. In each chapter Victoria Carr presents accessible and relatable personal life lessons, leadership observations and anecdotes, drawing on her leadership experiences in a wide range of schools to show how leading with integrity is possible for all. Her methods are simple and authentic and have transformed failing schools into thriving ones, improving whole-school systems, the culture of staff and pupil wellbeing and mental health, and standards. Full of practical tips and end of chapter summaries with further suggested reading, Leading with Love will appeal to anyone who has suffered from imposter syndrome, who thinks they are not good enough to succeed, who thinks they are too old or don’t have the right background. With a Foreword from Paul Garvey, this is essential reading for all school leaders and aspiring school leaders.
2 The Coaching Habit. Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever. Michael Bungay Stanier. 3 (1) What's on your mind? (2) What else? (3) What is the real challenge here for you? (4) What do you want? (5) How can I help? (6).
Author: Marc Holzer
Category: Political Science
A productive society is dependent upon high-performing government. This third edition of The Public Performance and Productivity Handbook includes chapters from leading scholars, consultants, and practitioners to explore all of the core elements of improvement. Completely revised and focused on best practice, the handbook comprehensively explores managing for high performance, measurement and analysis, costs and finances, human resources, and cutting-edge organizational tools. Its coverage of new and systematic management approaches and well-defined measurement systems provides guidance for organizations of all sizes to improve productivity and performance. The contributors discuss such topics as accountability, organizational effectiveness after budget cuts, the complementary roles of human capital and “big data,” and how to teach performance management in the classroom and in public organizations. The handbook is accompanied by an online companion volume providing examples of performance measurement and improvement manuals across a wide variety of public organizations. The Public Performance and Productivity Handbook, Third Edition, is required reading for all public administration practitioners, as well as for students and scholars interested in the state of the public performance and productivity field.
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Author: Clare Norman
Publisher: Right Book Press
Category: Business & Economics
Do you ever doubt your coaching style is achieving the best results for your clients? Have you ever felt there’s room for growth, but you’re not sure how to achieve it? To create a more sustainable transformation in the people you coach, you need to start with your own mindset. As a coach, you know you can’t change what you do, unless you alter what you believe first. By shedding the ineffective scripts, trappings and beliefs that a lifetime of personal interactions, professional training and even your parents have taught you, you can reset your thinking to a beginner’s mentality and so begin a fulfilling and exciting journey to coaching mastery. In this fresh and highly effective field guide, Master Mentor Coach, Clare Norman gets into your head to help you pinpoint the attitudes that you need to unlearn and reframe. Through Clare’s rich experience, illuminating real-life stories, and practical guidance you can shift towards more useful thinking and powerful skillsets by: Spotting and changing your own restrictive coaching mindsets Understanding how marginal gains can lead to maximal outcomes Embracing replacement paradigms and new thought patterns Rediscovering what you love about coaching and its power to resource people It’s time to ditch the old beliefs that are holding you back, free your thinking and make the move from getting transactional results to being a transformational coach.
Kline, N. (2015) More Time to Think: The Power of Independent Thinking, London: Octopus Publishing. ... Stanier, M.B. (2016) The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever, Vancouver: Page Two.
Author: Val Hastings
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
This book highlights some of the unique challenges that are faced when coaching inside your own organization. In comparison to existing coaching literature, which typically focuses on external coaching, this book provides a toolkit specifically for internal coaches. J. Val Hastings draws on over 20 years’ of experience, in addition to international interviews with current internal coaches in a range of industries, to explore the questions that create the foundation of strong internal coaching practice: •How do you manage potential conflicts of interest as an internal coach? •How do you coach when you have a vested interest in the outcome? •How do you seamlessly change roles as an internal coach? •How do you help leaders understand what coaching is, as well as its value - and yours - to the organization? •How do you coach the system? Important reading for all internal coaches and coaches in training, this book provides a key set of guiding principles and puts practical resources into the hands of the people who need them. “Only a masterful and insightful coach as Val Hastings could put together a book which teaches how to really deal with this scenario. This one is to be studied once, twice… again, again and again.” Juliana de Lacerda Camargo, Master Certified Coach, Partner of R122 and Representative of C4TL in Brazil “Val shares some great insights and ideas on changing the culture of organisations so that colleagues listen more than they fix. Coaching from the Inside makes transformation more accessible for everyone!" Claire Pedrick MCC, Author of Simplifying Coaching “Coaching from the Inside is a masterpiece that reminds leaders that it will bring out the best in individuals, teams, and organizations when developing a coaching culture.” HiRho Y. Park, PhD., DMin., PCC, Vice President for International Relations and Advancement, Huree University, Mongolia J. Val Hastings, MCC, is the founder of Coaching4Today'sLeaders and Coaching4Clergy and has been coaching for over 20 years. A coach trainer, coach, mentor-coach, ICF credential assessor, author, and pastor, Val trains coaches across the globe, partnering with them to create internal coaching programs.
30–33. Chapter 2 1. Klein, Gary, Seeing What Others Don't: The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights (March 24, 2015): p. 22. ... 2. Stanier, Michael Bungay, The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever (Feb.
Author: Janine Kurnoff
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
A practical, easy-to-use guide to transform business communications into memorable narratives that drive conversations—and your career—forward In Everyday Business Storytelling: Create, Simplify, and Adapt A Visual Narrative for Any Audience, visual communication and storytelling experts Janine Kurnoff and Lee Lazarus leverage decades of experience helping executives at the world's top brands—including Facebook, Nestle, Accenture, and Marriot—bring clarity and meaning to their business communications. Whether you're building a presentation, crafting a high-stakes email, or need to influence decisions in your next meeting with an executive, Everyday Business Storytelling offers an insightful exploration of how to develop compelling business narratives. You'll discover how to use a simple, repeatable framework to choreograph your ideas, data, and insights into an authentic, persuasive story. Within this business book, you'll also find clever data visualization and visual display techniques to help humanize your stories and build an emotional connection with your audience, leading to improved presentation skills and effective data storytelling. Just a few of the things you'll learn from this business book include: The science behind why storytelling is the most effective way to trigger emotion in an audience and how to craft a business narrative that makes your ideas engaging The four signposts of storytelling and how to identify and weave in your BIG idea to capture attention How to craft expert headlines that guide your audience and advance your story Everyday Business Storytelling is an indispensable guide to making your communications stick in the minds of your audience and drive change. If you're a busy, talented businessperson responsible for executive presentations, one-pagers, emails, or virtual meetings, this communication book is for you.
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