Coach Yourself to Win: 7 Steps to Breakthrough Performance on the Job and In Your Life Paperback / softback
A proven process for changing the way you behave--used by a renowned executive coach for more than 25 yearsAre you able, ready, and willing to permanently change your behavior?Permanently replacing deeply ingrained behaviors with new ones is one of the hardest challenges to overcome.
But in Coach Yourself to Win, master executive coach Howard Guttman combines his own expert insight and deep extensive coaching experience to create a step-by-step process that you can follow to change the behaviors that have been holding you back from what you truly want. Unlike many self-help books offering advice on how to improve either your career or your personal life, Coach Yourself to Win bridges the two worlds in order to help you improve your performance--whether you're earning your living or living your life. Coach Yourself to Win is written for the vast number of people who seek to create a new future for themselves.
To help you achieve breakthrough performance on the job and in your life, you will learn to master a practical, tested self-coaching process that will enable you to:Clarify, set, and stay committed to realistic intentionsZero in on what holds you back Find the support you've been lackingDevelop a path for change Evaluate yourself along the way Make necessary corrections to your planRealize your intention to achieve a "new you"Coach Yourself to Win provides an easy-to-follow seven-step plan that will generate lasting, positive change in your professional and personal life.
To help you implement the plan, Guttman provides a dedicated Web site--www.coachyourselftowin.com--where you will find all the supporting materials you will need as you go through the process, because you are the key to the happy ending you desire.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 272 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- Publication Date: 13/12/2013
- Category: Management & management techniques
- ISBN: 9780071823227
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