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Weekly Coaching Conversation (New Edition)

A Business Fable about Taking Your Team’s Performance—and Your Career—to the Next Level

Brian Souza

192 pages
Productivity Drivers


Improve performance. Transform you career. Changes lives.

Whether your team is in an office, on a field, in a classroom, or in your living room—have you ever thought they had more to give, but you weren't quite sure how to get it out of them? Have you ever wanted them to play up to their potential, but didn't quite know how to make it happen? Are you looking for that one new idea, that one simple strategy that will take your team's performance—and your career—to the next level? If so, The Weekly Coaching Conversation is definitely the book for you.

Every once in a while a book like this comes along with a message so simple—yet so profound—it literally changes people's lives.

In a story as inspiring as it is informative, bestselling author Brian Souza reveals the secrets to unleashing a person's potential by systematically improving his or her performance. Introducing a groundbreaking, yet simple-to-understand and easy-to-apply coaching framework that's backed by years of rigorous research, The Weekly Coaching Conversation gives managers and leaders the playbook to turbocharge any team's performance.

Author Bio

Brian Souza is the author of the New York Times bestseller, The Weekly Coaching Conversation, and president and founder of ProductivityDrivers—an innovative corporate training company specializing in improving employee performance and organizational productivity.

As a respected thought leader in leadership development, employee performance, and sales, Souza is highly sought after as a keynote speaker and management consultant by top companies and organizations worldwide.

Souza and his work have been featured in dozens of magazines and newspapers around the world including The European Business Review, Fast Company, and Success Magazine. His first critically acclaimed book, Become Who You Were Born to Be (Random House, 2007), has been published in multiple languages worldwide.

Brian lives in San Diego with his wife, Claudia, their two daughters, Grace and Giselle, and their dog, Gunnar.

To learn more please visit ProductivityDrivers.com