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I am interested in getting some information for a manager who needs some help gaining some authority with his team. It's a small company and the group he manages have always been his peers. He needs to 'separate' a bit more as the firm grows. Any suggested reading, models, or other information?
Annemarie Caracciolo

2 Responses

  1. Arian Associates Ltd
    We have develpoed an Open Learning Workbook that will help.
    It is designed to allow the development of individuals such as the one you refer to in your message.

    For more information email us :-
    [email protected]

  2. The Complete Guide to COACHING AT WORK – ISBN 0 074 70842 2
    A unique coaching textbook explaining basic principles & key concepts for achieving change & development in organisations. It is a concise step by step blueprint of successful coaching methods, models & tools, with many case studies, including Team Coaching.
    I recommend this textbook to my coaching clients in management roles when going through any change process.

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