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Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace: How to unlock potential and maximise performance

Jackie Arnold

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Prose: non-fiction, Management: leadership & motivation

Discover how to learn from those who have introduced effective coaching and supervision in their organisations.

This book will give you the knowledge and skills to understand the differences between coaching, supervision & mentoring. It will demonstrate how effective coaching programmes can enhance behaviours and retain key staff. How it can reduce recruitment costs, promote well-being and give a robust return on investment.

It offers leaders and managers proven behaviours, coaching and supervision models and techniques that can be adapted for any environment. It supports the requirements for the ILM and CMI Coaching and Mentoring in Management Qualifications at levels 5 and 7. The book includes:

Comparison of effective leadership styles and application, establishing the right conditions and climate for coaching, overcoming the barriers to coaching and /or supervision, enhancing communication and workplace understanding and presenting a clear business case for coaching & supervision.

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Praise for Coaching Skills for Leaders in the Workplace: How to unlock potential and maximise performance

  • ... the book will not only help you to become a more effective leader but it can also help bring down recruitment costs and improve staff engagement as you develop the people and skills within your business. - Start Your Business

  • I found it [Coaching Skills for Leaders] in the Workplace to be very informative, easy to read, well-referenced and structured . . . The book is very detailed and does not neglect the basics of effective coaching. - Quality World

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