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Secrets of a CEO Coach: Your Personal Training Guide to Thinking Like a Leader and Acting Like a CEO

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ISBN-10: 0071360751

ISBN-13: 9780071360753

Edition: 2000

Authors: D. A. Benton

List price: $22.00
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In the corporate world, coaching is used by executives for everything from leadership development to appearance. This book makes coaching available to people who have the potential to excel.
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Book details

List price: $22.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 6/13/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 211
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.90" long x 0.66" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

D. A. Benton is an internationally known speaker, consultant, and bestselling author. Through Benton Management Resources, she has been helping leaders and organizations improve for more than 20 years. Benton coaches corporate executives, politicians, and business leaders who routinely appear in Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, and other leading business publications. In her keynote talks, Benton is candid, funny, and engaging as she shares insights and tips that people use immediately—and receive promotions as a result.

What Is Business Coaching?
Coaches are Needed More than Ever
What Does a Personal Coach Do and Why Is it Important?
Cases for Coaches
Do This for Yourself and the Important People in Your Life
Missteps Cost Big-Time
You Know You're Ready for Coaching When
The Style Versus Substance Argument
Its Never too Late
What Holds You Back?
Personal Empowerment... You're Here, Now What?
It's Always Fun to Handle Things Well, But Effort Is Required
CEO Coaching Techniques You Can Apply Yourself
CEO Apprentice
Start, Continue, but Never Complete Your Self-Coaching
Get Ready to Size-Up Yourself
Self-Review Part 1: Write Your Life Story
Self-Review Part 2: Thoughts about Yourself
Self-Review Part 3: 360 Degree Point of View
Isolate Triggers that Set You Off and Set Goals to Handle Them
Using Mental Energy: Attitude Management
Decide You Want to Manage Your Attitude
You're Adequate, Regardless of Everything
Talk to Yourself the Way You Want Others to Talk about You
Catch Your Self-Talk 100 Times a Day if Necessary and Correct Yourself
Do the Opposite
Using Physical Energy: Perception Management
Tenacity Breeds Discipline, which Creates Patterns and Habits
Quiet Speed: Slow Down to Get Things Done
Actions Fit Your Attitude and Create Your First Impression
The Minutiae of Acting: Check Your Posture, Walk, and Smile
Look Your Best in Your Basic Appearance
Theatrically Speaking
Using Emotional Energy: It's What's Behind What You're Saying That Speaks Loudest
Maintain the Self-Esteem of People Around You
Be Thankful for Jerks
Your Book Value
Be Humorous
Be Affable
Be Bold
Team Time: How to Coach Others
If You're Going to Be a Coach, Be a Good One
Ten Rules for Effective Coaching
Going All the Way: How to Hire a Coach
Why Hire a Coach?
A Warning and a Warranty
How to Find a Coach
Your Own Personal Playbook