Summary of Leadership Team Coaching

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7 Overall

7 Applicability

6 Innovation

6 Style


Recommendation

Sports coaching skills transfer well to coaching organizational leadership teams. Peter Hawkins – a coach with experience in industry, education and government – deftly explains who leadership team coaches are, what they do, and what tools and techniques they use. getAbstract recommends this hearty introduction to those who aspire to become or to work with a team coach; Hawkins can help your teams reach their goals on the field or in the boardroom.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why organizations need better leadership teams,
  • How a team coach creates a high-performing team and
  • What skills a team coach needs.
 

About the Author

Peter Hawkins, a professor of leadership at the Henley Business School of the University of Reading in the UK, is also the author of Creating a Coaching Culture.

 

Summary

Better Leadership Teams

In an increasingly complex business world, leadership teams must work together across departmental divides, professional disciplines and geographic borders. Managers who want to develop high-performing leadership teams must meet seven challenges:


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