In this highly regarded book learn critical skills through the 5 key Anytime Coaching Practices to transform employee and organization performance, co-authored by two top executive coaches.
From Anytime Coaching: Unleashing Employee Performance, © 2017 Barrett Koehler Press. All rights reserved.
Utilizing Anytime Coaching as a framework and model, the book helps create result-focused coaching conversations in the workplace, anytime and anyplace.
As a hands-on guide, the Anytime Coaching approach helps leaders from first line supervisors to senior executives hone their abilities to observe their employees, ask powerful questions exhibit “extreme” listening and respond deliberately and with intention. The Anytime Coaching approach draws from recent findings and best practices in fields of neuroleadership and emotional intelligence.
New York Times best-selling author of Triggers, Mojo and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There ( a WSJ #1 Business Book)
This simple, practical approach to coaching makes it possible for managers to be great coaches anytime. Understand and apply the simple coaching model immediately and transform your workplace.”
Frank Ball, MCC, Faculty Member
Institute for Transformational Leadership, Georgetown University
The second edition is even more powerful than the original! It continues the original edition’s very pragmatic and grounded approach to accelerating the learning and growth in others. Losing nothing from the original edition, this one enlivens the content and increases its impact by skillfully weaving in recent breakthroughs in the fields of neuroscience and mindfulness in a way that is accessible and actionable. It has my strongest recommendation.”
More Praise for Anytime Coaching
Neil Stroul, PhD, Principal Kenning Associates
Founding Faculty Member, Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program
Author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge, leading Insight Mindfulness teacher and speaker
suggestions on how to observe, inquire, listen and respond
in ways that convey respect and encourage growth and improved
performance. You will learn how to make the workplace more
productive and enjoyable, one conversation at a time.”
US Government Accountability Office