Daniel Maté sounds like an enthusiastic teacher as he narrates this upbeat lesson on an effective way for managers develop their people. His entertaining phrasing and authentic presence give the author's ideas extra power. With lively writing and lots of validating anecdotes, Bungay Stanier explains how to shift from giving advice to asking questions--targeted and concise questions that help students or employees think for themselves instead of passively receiving advice. What makes listening so empowering, in addition to Maté's skills and engagement, is that the author follows his own advice by crafting every aspect of this lesson to be listener-focused. By being sensitive to how people learn and form habits, Bungay Stanier helps listeners develop more curiosity about their own coaching styles and become more invested in implementing changes. T.W. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2016]
Digital Download Post Hypnotic Press 2016
DD ISBN $14.95
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