“The guy knows what he’s talking about and he can help you make the most of everyday conversations through the power of coaching.”
— Anthony Mullins
Coaching Hacks: Simple Strategies To Make Every Conversation More Effective walks through easy-to-remember ideas that every coach should know and use. But, these same approaches will help small business owners, managers in medium-to-large companies, non-profit staff and even parents make the most of each interaction with another person!
Originally released in 2017, Coaching Hacks has sold more than 10,000 copies!
The book is structured around 45 simple statements that inform a portion of an effective conversation. The Second Edition includes updated case studies, focused examples and easy-to-use tools that will set you up for success.
Using skills that coaches use, you will learn to listen deeply, ask questions that uncover what’s really going on, and to help the other person in the conversation take action toward what’s most important to them.
You can make a difference and develop the people around you by using coaching hacks! Like it says in the book: “Coaching changes everything.”
“In our culture of quick fixes, there are many authors offering rapid self-change, but this is different: Jonathan offers tangible skills that help others, and in the process, you and I grow too.” —Dust Kunkel, Portland, OR
“Jonathan Reitz is one of the most quotable writers/speakers I’ve ever encountered.” —Sara Vanderpan, Buffalo, MN
“ I was looking for something that would encourage me, remind me of the power of coaching and also the practicalities of coaching. This book gave me good ideas that I will use right away with my clients. Five Stars!!!” —Mike Vanderkwaak, Vancouver, BC
About the Author: Jonathan Reitz is the Director of Training/CEO at CoachNet. “Using coaching to develop leaders gets me up in the morning. Sometimes it keeps me awake at night,” Reitz says. Jonathan has been coaching since 1997 and holds the MCC credential from the International Coach Federation. His first career was in morning radio & television, and he spent more than 15 years getting up earlier than anyone you know.