Communication expert and leadership coach Shawn Kent Hayashi has spent more than two decades studying how the things people say impact their business and professional lives. In her new book Conversations for Change: 12 Ways to Say It Right When It Matters Most, she not only identifies the 12 most important types of conversations people have, but shows readers how to reach their maximum potential by using these conversations effectively.
In her previous books, executive coach and professional development expert Shawn Kent Hayashi identified the various types of conversations that are vital for growth and success. Now, in Conversations That Get Results and Inspire Collaboration, she answers many of the questions she is most frequently asked during coaching and training sessions.
The performance review is an important part of your job as a manager or coach. But it is only a part. In order to develop team members effectively, you have to be proactive on a daily basis. This means having conversations - and not just about the weather or the game last night. Create ongoing conversations throughout the year. Conversations for Creating Star Performers is a vital tool for keeping team members motivated, engaged, and moving ahead every day - not just the days before an annual review.