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The Three-Minute Coach
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The Three-Minute Coach

発売日 : 2014年3月25日
想定ページ数 : 204ページ
ISBN : 9784799314661
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The godfather of coaching in Japan brings you the simplest guide to human resource management based upon the incredibly popular 2007 lecture “Corporate Coaching in Japan: Improving Business Performance by Improving Relationships,” held at New York University.

The methods introduced don't require any formal coaching skills: all you need to do is create three minutes to think about your direct reports and speak to them. Making this time for your employees will help them grow far more than trying to strictly follow rules set out in other complicated management books.

The Three-Minute Coach places a heavy emphasis on learning to foresee when and why your direct reports will want to speak to you. This is because effective leaders are not only well versed in management theory, but also know when and how to apply their knowledge. Each chapter also contains multiple “Three-Second Tips” which summarize the main points, giving you a quick reference when you are short of time.

The methods in this book are applicable whether you work at a store with only one employee or at a multinational corporation with a staff of thousands. Itoh’s methods provide managers with stress-free solutions to any problem at hand. Simple, easy and effective, The Three-Minute Coach will transform your organization and employees, helping them to realize their full potential.

目次

About the Author
Introduction
Chapter 1 Three Minutes Can Transform Your Organization!
1 Making two types of time
2 ‘Three-Minute Coaching’ creates a platform for communication
3 The speed and amount of things accomplished will change
Chapter 2 Seizing the Moment
1 Observe… then seize the moment
2 Seizing the moment in the course of business
3 Finding opportunities according to needs
4 Creating an environment where employees can speak freely
Chapter 3 Creating a Special ‘Place,’ Right Then and There
1 How to start the conversation
2 How can I get employees to talk?
3 Building trusting relationships
Chapter 4 What to Coach
1 Creating a vision
2 Sharing questions
3 Establish individual goals
4 Clarifying the current situation
5 Maximizing resources
Chapter 5 The Era of the Coach-Style Manager
1 Is communication really that important?
2 How to initiate change
3 The era of the Coach-Style Manager
Afterword
About COACH A Co., Ltd.

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