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The Weekly Coaching Conversation: A Business Fable About Taking Your Game…

by Brian Souza

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The author reveals the secrets to unleashing a person's potential; whether they're in an office, on a field, in a classroom, or in your living room. Introducing a groundbreaking, yet easy-to-apply model that's backed by rigorous research, The Weekly Coaching Conversation gives leaders the playbook to turbocharge any team's performance.… (more)

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Excellent book for demonstrating to a manager at any level the importance of developing his/her people. Simple and fast read, but gets the point across well. ( )
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