Quiet Leadership: Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work [Paperback]
David Rock (Author)
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Involve Them in the Conversation November 7, 2007 -
"The Performance Connection"
When telling does not work, "Why not try asking questions?" might be another way to describe the "Quiet Leadership" approach advocated by training and coaching consultant David Rock in this book that describes his performance coaching methodology of leadership. Designed to get the other party to think, rather than react to your thinking, Rock presents his Six Steps to Transforming Performance as the six sigma of performance coaching. Others might describe the process as respecting the individual (looking for the positive and the possibilities) and using an active listening process to help them get clear on the issues, constraints, and possible solutions. However you say it, the thinking behind the coaching process is solid as a `Rock' and any leader interested in developing the potential of his/her people might pick-
Provides the science behind why coaching works + a process, December 8, 2010 – By Carolann Jacobs (Plano, TX)
David Rock has collected the highlights of the latest research in neuroscience to create both the explanation and a process for achieving better performance faster using a brain-
This book is part of the recommended reading for my Improve Performance NOW! leadership development program.
The Quiet Leadership model provides a toolkit for providing feedback without bring threatening and creating a results-
(Carolann Jacobs, Executive Coach and founder of Vivid Epiphany Brain-