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The Art of Building People: 36 Coaching…

The Art of Building People: 36 Coaching Tools for Getting More Out of Work…

by Michael Chiodi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972424504, Paperback)

The Art of Building People is a valuable resource for personal coaches, mentors, supervisors, managers, consultants, and teachers who help other people reach greater levels of success.

Michael Chiodi provides 36 tools for personal improvement in seven key areas -- assessment, self-awareness, self-care, visioning, time management, taking action, and relationships. You’ll find tools to fit the needs of most anyone you work with, or live with, including yourself.

Real life examples are included throughout, and each tool gives you specific questions and assignments to get your people thinking and working more effectively.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:16 -0400)

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