Summary of Coach Anyone About Anything, Volume 2

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Rating

7 Overall

8 Applicability

6 Innovation

6 Style


Recommendation

Executive coaches Jed Niederer and Germaine Porché discuss how organizations also can benefit from having coaches and what you can contribute as a coach. Niederer and Porché provide kernels of wisdom and a variety of coaching tips amid a more than plentiful array of charts, graphs and models. They tell coaches how to help people and their organizations succeed by working with activities already in place “that drive high performance” and countering “those...that dampen it.” Though the book could be better organized, it’s well informed and good hearted. Organizations and coaches will find beneficial counsel here. getAbstract recommends this commonsense manual to coaches, consultants, their clients, and organizational leaders who plan to use coaches or consultants.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How coaches and clients can benefit each other,
  • Why listening is an important skill, and
  • How to manage your time effectively.
 

About the Authors

Co-author Germaine Porché is a consultant and president of Eagle’s View Consulting. Jed Niederer is a Vice President of Learning at National Oilwell Varco.

 

Summary

Listening
Author Jed Niederer once took flying lessons. His first flight instructor, Eric, became frustrated with him after a few sessions and kept taking command of the controls in midair. Eric felt that Jed couldn’t control the plane and wouldn’t be ready for a solo flight anytime soon...

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