Speed Coaching By Qaiser Abbas
Another Coaching Book
WHY ANOTHER BOOK ON COACHING?
Viewing the constraints of complicated, multi-step traditional coaching models, this quick read provides a simple and prompt coaching process that makes coaching memorable and accessible, in-the-moment for both novice and experienced leaders alike.
‘Speed Coaching’ is a substitute for formalized coaching which is usually time-consuming and at times gets overlooked for the more immediate responsibilities. The key is not to carve out time to coach, but rather embed coaching into the time you already have.
WHAT MOTIVATED ME TO WRITE THIS BOOK?
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN FROM THIS BOOK?
What Other Author's Say's
‘Speed Coaching’ will allow your leaders to embrace ‘coach-like leadership style’. They will be able to engage people in a positive exchange that allows the person to be coached, explore what is possible, and commit to constructive, forward-looking actions.
Foreword - Marshall Goldsmith
“Speed Coaching” by Qaiser introduces a groundbreaking approach to leadership coaching, emphasizing the need for hands-on, practical coaching integrated into everyday interactions with team members. In today’s fast-paced and constantly changing business landscape, traditional methods of career development no longer suffice. The book highlights the importance of managers adapting to this reality by inspiring innovation, fostering commitment, and developing employees’ strengths naturally through conversations. It encourages leaders to view coaching as an investment in both individual and organizational success and emphasizes the vital role it plays in employee retention and organizational capacity building. “Speed Coaching” is a relatable and insightful guide for leaders, grounded in psychological principles and behavioral science, offering a fresh perspective on how to engage teams and drive meaningful growth in the modern workplace.
Thinkers50 Hall of Fame and Executive Coach
Author of New York Times Bestsellers ‘What Got you Here Won’t Get You There,’ ‘Triggers,’ and ‘Mojo’