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Leni Wildflower

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (6 of 7)
Location: Santa Monica, California United States
Birthday: 29 Sep
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 528,319 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 7
Facing Redundancy: Surviving and Thriving by Jenny Rogers
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another lively and highly informative book from Jenny Rogers. As always, the clarity and directness of the writing makes it effortless to read. In this inspiring take on what could be a downbeat subject, the subtitle sets the tone: surviving and thriving.
This is a timely and extremely practical book. It takes an honest look at the challenges of unemployment, offers practical advice, and suggests a range of strategies for taking control of one’s own prospects. From how to cope with the emotional shock of redundancy, to managing on a temporarily reduced income, to rebranding oneself for the job market, there’s a lot to be learned from every chapter.

Leni Wildflower, PhD
Manager as Coach: The New Way to Get Results by Jenny Rogers
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wildflower, 12 Jan 2013
If there is one book that all business executives--managers, department heads, VPs, and executives--need to have, it is this one. I have worked as a coach for many years and I know the value of a "coach approach" to getting results, changing attitudes, and creating employee engagement. In clear, simple language, this author describes how management level personnel can understand, integrate, and execute a coach approach to management and leadership. People in business often talk about the value of coaching. But managers and executives rarely know what this actually means. This is the first book that gives business executives a pragmatic and easy to understand approach to using coaching… Read more
Coaching Skills: A Handbook by Jenny Rogers
Coaching Skills: A Handbook by Jenny Rogers
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There are a lot of books out there on coaching and how to coach. When I was in the process of designing Fielding Graduate University's Evidence Based Coaching curriculum, I came across Jenny's Coaching Skills Handbook, and I knew immediately, this book was essential reading for anyone learning the skill and craft of coaching. I am in the process of designing an online masters degree in knowledge-based coaching and mentoring and, again, Jenny's book is on my required reading list. You will not find a more readable, more intelligent, or more comprehensive book on coaching and coaching skills. It is a rare treat to find a book that describes coaching, the skills involved, and the coaching… Read more