Coaching Your Employees, Peers, and Supervisors

  • by Brad Worthley
  • Narrated by Brad Worthley
  • 0 hrs and 57 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Do you have challenges getting your employees to do the things you would like them to do, or are you frustrated that your supervisor or peers do not value employees or demonstrate the behaviors required in a sales or service culture? This powerful one-hour seminar will teach you how to communicate and motivate other people to change. This is a chance to become more persuasive and have more influence in your organization, while at the same time gaining people's respect.


Audible Editor Reviews

Brad Worthley’s theme here is coaching; coaching as opposed to teaching or counseling. Worthey’s version of coaching involves communication in its most effective form, getting people to listen to you and listening to them. He describes all of the minutiae of interaction, be it with co-workers, employees, bosses, or personal relationships.
Listening to Worthley it’s clear that he practices his own philosophy. He is an engaging speaker without ever making the listener feel talked down to. He is not a teacher; he is a coach and as such he looks to lead you into "deepening your own learning".


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

The benefits of coaching

This author has a great ability to translate the benefits of coaching and the value it offers, however I was looking for ways to bring coaching into my discussions and the types of questions I would ask to influence and persuade, to manage my manager's behaviours and support my colleagues during difficult times. Maybe a slight misinterpretation of the title.
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- Alison

Good for starters and pros

Where does Coaching Your Employees, Peers, and Supervisors rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I liked it from among other audiobooks of coaching I have recently consulted, in particular because the author creates good context when narrating his experiences

What was one of the most memorable moments of Coaching Your Employees, Peers, and Supervisors?

It presents in a clear, concise yet interesting way the essentials of what coaching truly is

Any additional comments?

I recommend this book if you are a starter in coaching because it clearly presents actionable items for your practice, I think also professionals with more experience will find it useful to refresh the basics of coaching.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-31-2008
  • Publisher: Made for Success Inc.