How to Coach Individuals, Teams, and Organizations to Master Transformational Change: Surfing Tsunamis

How to Coach Individuals, Teams, and Organizations to Master Transformational Change: Surfing Tsunamis

by Stephen Hacker

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Overview

Surfing Tsunamis will give you and other organizational leaders, coaches,
and change agents a field-tested holistic approach for coaching and integrating
transformation efforts across all levels of any organization that
seeks to thrive in a radically changing world.
Through transformational coaching, people learn to unleash and align
the largely untapped spirit—the creative energy—in themselves, other
individuals, teams, and organizations, thereby eradicating persistent performance
barriers and instilling a culture where work becomes an act of
co-creating a future in which everyone wins.
This is the first book to present the science and art of transformational
coaching across all domains—self, others, teams, and organizations—a
pragmatic yet powerful practice that has already led scores of organizations,
their leaders, and their employees to achieve breakthrough results.
The comprehensive approach sits at the crossroads of several leadership
and management disciplines—individual and organizational development,
transformational leadership, change management, organization effectiveness,
employee engagement, and the growing interest in spirit in the
workplace.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013981027
Publisher: Business Expert Press
Publication date: 02/22/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 334
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Stephen K. Hacker is a founding partner and CEO of Transformation Systems
International, LLC. He has consulted leaders and organizations
throughout the world in over 50 countries. His passions have delivered successful
transformation initiatives and coached many leaders with a wide
range of organizations such as IBM, Crédit Agricole, Kollmorgen, United Way,
FBI, Allied Signal, Volvo-GM, HP, NASA, and diverse governments across the
globe. After completing his corporate career as a senior leader with Procter
& Gamble, he served as the Executive Director of The Performance Center, a
multi-university organization conducting action-research.

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