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Heir potential on a personal level as members of the team and as contributors to the organization as a wholeTransform your business relationships and your business with this comprehensive tool for optimizing productivity profitability loyalty and customer focus Don’t just manage Energize Galvanize Inspire Be a coa A virgin text untouched by the hands of an editor

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Unlocking PotentialTo get the best from your employees you need to be than a manager You need to be a coachYou’re a leader because you possess expertise in your field You have the training and experience You understand your businessbut can you fully motivate and engage your teamMichael K Simpson a senior consultant to FranklinCovey I received a free copy of this book from 12 Books Group in exchange for this reviesThis book is about coaching When most people think of coaching they think of sports This can be a useful analogy to what business coaching does In sports the coach draws up the plays analyzes strengths and weaknesses of the other teams and calls the plays from the sideline or bench The coach also supervises workout drills and helps players improve their strengths and fix their weaknesses The coach can't actually do the workout or run the plays; the coach has to rely on the players to do thatThe business coach does many of the same things The coach can provide guidance analyze strengths and weaknesses and draw up a general plan for improvement The business coach can't actually do what's on the plan that's up to the individual or business being coached The author says that the current generation of workers doesn't want to be micromanaged; I know I don't They want to be given a project given a deadline and left alone to finish the job This is similar to their experience in college The professor gives the assignment or schedules the exam and leaves it to the student to figure out how to get it done They can either plan it out over several weeks or cram and finish it the night before As long as the work is done on time the professor doesn't careThe author provides what he sees as the 4 principles of coaching Trust Potential Commitment and Execution His 7 Coaching Skills as mentioned in the subtitle are these Build Trust Challenge Paradigms Seek Strategic Clarity Execute Flawlessly Give Effective Feedback Tap Into Talent and Move the Middle He goes into detail about what uestions to ask and uses examples from his own experience to illustrate them I've read other books like this and they tend to devolve into what I call corporatespeak with all kinds of buzzwords that don't mean anything Sometimes they're accompanied by diagrams many of which don't make any sense They also give a lot of ideals that are supposed to turn things around but the procedures are almost impossible to implement The author avoids this for the most part He keeps the diagrams to a minimum and explains things in real world terms He makes it clear that it's up to the employees to make the changeThe one thing I would have appreciated is a website He gives examples of various forms in the book Many of these books have a website to download the forms for use in the organization I didn't see that hereAll in all a good book on coaching In sports if the team doesn't perform well the coach is fired The same can happen in business coaching

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Download Unlocking Potential Book » 160 pages ´ Michael simpson Û [Read] ➪ Unlocking Potential Author Michael Simpson – To get the best from your employees you need to be than a manager You need to be a coachYou’re a leader because you possess expertise in your field You havHas spent than twenty five years training executives to become effective coaches mentoring and guiding leaders and managers to encourage and develop the talent of their people the most important asset in any organization In this guide you will acuire the skills to coach your personnel from the ground up maximizing t Simpsons attempts to provide some useful coaching tips for his reader and while there are some diamonds in the rough the book is for the most part a repackaging of content already delivered by Stephen Covey and Jim Collins in their well known works The book contains very little original content and the repurposed content it does contain is better read in the words of the original authors