THE ASK FRAMEWORK
Questions that elevate your Influence, Performance, and Leadership
Many employees think they know their value. They can point to the results listed on their resumes. Yet, if asked to talk their specific talents in an interview, they tend to focus only on what they did to get results – not what they naturally do well all the time.
Few of us spend time reveling in what we do best to fully understand how relevant these talents and skills are to our value at work. We don’t see how others perceive our success. We forget to celebrate what makes us unique. But that’s about to change. The ASK Framework will provide thought-provoking questions to give you insight. Help you clearly identify and promote your strengths. Be the person you believe you can be.
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Coach Wisdom is a collection of personal experiences, industry best practices, tips, do’s and don’ts within the growing profession of coaching from professionally certified coaches globally. This volume provides knowledge, guidance and most importantly the support you need to work on whatever elements of your business that often get ignored yet, if understood and applied, will most certainly help in taking your business to the next level.
From why coaches fail, to conquering your fears, to establishing a market for yourselves or getting started and finding your purpose, this book has something that will pique your interest whether you are thinking of entering the world of coaching, are new to the industry or if you’ve been coaching for years.
Compassion @ Work explores what it means to offer a compassionate workplace, sharing messages about wellbeing, work/life balance, diversity and inclusion, personal and professional development, and spirituality in work. Increasingly, human resource and business leaders are understanding the importance of embracing the human spirit of their employees, and encouraging employees to bring their entire selves to work.
Absolutely every decision, every business strategy, every word spoken between colleagues, and every policy enacted can and should be derived from a place of compassion. Because organizational success is, at its core, about human beings working together to serve human purposes.