Dave Stachowiak: Coaching for Leaders
Dave shares relevant dialogue from recent interactions with Coaching for Leaders listeners.
“The beginning of wisdom is the definition of terms.” -Socrates
“You can have everything in life you want if you’ll just help enough other people get what they want.” -Zig Ziglar
- Leadership is where you are going. Management is how to get there.
- Mentoring should be a two-way street. The mentor should be getting as much insight and wisdom as the mentee.
- Real selling is providing solutions to problems and building relationships.
- At the root of every human conflict is unclear expectations.
- Getting Things Done* by David Allen
- Full Focus Planner*
- Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Address
- How I Became The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
- Financial Intelligence* by Joe Knight
- The 100 Best Business Books of All Time* by Jack Covert, Todd Sattersten, and Sally Haldorson*
- Youtility* by Jay Baer
- Law 101* by Jay Feinman
- Let's Get Real or Let's Not Play* by Mahan Khalsa and Randy Illig
- The Coaching Habit* by Michael Bungay Stanier
- Dave’s GoodReads
- Dealstorming* by Tim Sanders (Bonus Audio)
- What Is Coaching and Why It’s Different From Other Development Tools (episode 4)
- To Sell is Human, with Daniel Pink (episode 84)
- Getting Things Done, with David Allen (episode 184)
- How to Create Team Guidelines, with Susan Gerke (episode 192)
- How to Make Deep Work Happen, with Cal Newport (episode 233)
- These Coaching Questions Get Results, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 237)
- How to Succeed with Leadership and Management, with John Kotter (episode 249)
- The Way to Stop Rescuing People From Their Problems, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 284)
- How to Actually Move Numbers, with Chris McChesney (episode 294)
- How to Lead Top-Line Growth, with Tim Sanders (episode 299)
- The Path to Start Leading Your Team, with John Piñeiro (episode 349)
- The Value of Coaching Certifications (MemberCast 5)
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