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Self-coaching leadership: simple steps from manager to leader

Author: McLeod, Angus I. Publisher: Jossey-Bass, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 292 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780470512807Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD6951.5 .M35 2007
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents Self Coaching Leadership Self Coaching Leadership List of illustrations About the author Preface Acknowledgments PART O N E LEADERSHIP OF SELF 1 Time xiii xvii xxiii Lock-in syndrome Fire-fighting Busy heads The step back Busy bodies Silent time for reflection 2 Life balance Where there is a will, there is a way Honoring jobs done Personal goals The pre-goal method The Stretch Zone Wheel of work Segments of the wheel Solution thinking Deep Thought solutions Flexible thinking and the multiple intelligences Applying personal changes Reducing work time PART TWO INFLUENCE: LEADERSHIP OF OTHERS 7 Widening and narrowing attention Further questions Changes: Overt motives made clear 8 Rapport skills and building trust Rapport skills Beginnings, middles and ends Honoring and celebration Mindsets for rapport and trust Trust 9 Relationship building: putting it together 10 Leadership qualities Traits, trust factors and people skills Trust factors Trait: Clear communicator Trait: Straight-talker Trait: Flexibile Trait: Reliable and consistent (TF) Trait: Accepts responsibility (TF) Trait: Discrete (TF) Trait: Credible People skill: Listens intently People skill: Understands others People skill: Supportive (TF) People skill: Interested in me (TF) 11 Other influencing skills of the leader Accommodation, compromise and collaboration 12 Mindsets for leaders 13 Motivation Motivation: Under- and over-managing Motivation: Mentoring and coaching The 1-2-1 meetings Facilitating all 1-2-1s New staff 1-2-1 Understanding stress Probing the Wheel of Work 14 My Own 1-2-1 15 Influencing peers and bosses 16 Strategic influence What I need to communicate The strategy for action 17 Managing meetings Agenda frames for behaviors and outcomes Meetings: Factoring for success 18 Developing Talent Organizational character overview PART THREE SELF-LEARNING FOR LEADERS The Real Thing at work Being and doing Recalibrating authenticity for work Maintaining progress Self-awareness for leaders Feedback for leaders Emotional Intelligence Working to improve EI Epilogue References Index

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