In “The Coaching Habit,” author Michael Bungay Stanier offers a new way for managers to lead their team. The heart of the book is its simple seven step framework that helps busy people become better coaches in just minutes a day. In “The Coaching Habit,” author Michael Bungay Stanier offers a new way for managers.
For who is this book for ?
The book is for people who want to be better coaches, which includes managers and leaders. The seven step framework can help busy people become more effective at coaching in just minutes a day.
- The book is concise and easy to read.
- The seven step framework is simple, yet effective.
- The book contains a variety of case studies that help illustrate the points being made.
- It’s a little too repetitive
- It could use more real world examples
- The concepts are nothing new
Learn more about the author
Michael Bungay Stanier is the Senior Partner and Coach at Box of Crayons, a company that helps people and organizations do more good work. He’s also the author of several books, including The Coaching Habitand Do More Great Work.
“The Coaching Habit is a fantastic read. It’s filled with simple, effective ideas that can help you change the way you work- and improve your life in the process.”
“In The Coaching Habit, author Michael Bungay Stanier offers a new way for managers to lead their teams. It’s based on the simple seven step framework that helps busy people become better coaches in just minutes a day.”
“If you are looking for a way to start coaching your team, or even just yourself, this book is the answer. The seven steps that Stanier lays out in “
“Michael Bungay Stanier nails it with The Coaching Habit! This well-written, easy-to-read book provides a simple yet powerful framework for becoming a better coach. Whether you’re an executive leading a team or simply looking to be more effective in your personal relationships, this gem is filled with wisdom and practical tips that are sure to unleash the coaching potential within us all.”