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Performance Coaching Insights from the Front Line

by TIM WIGHAM


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Softcover
$15.18
Softcover
$15.18

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/16/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 138
ISBN : 9781524668273

About the Book

One of my goals for 2016 was to publish a LinkedIn post every week of the year. My original intent was to promote to the oil-and-gas industry how performance coaching helps project teams, while providing nuggets of information about accelerated improvement, inspiring leadership, and innovative collaboration to my LinkedIn network in general. The reality is that I discovered my calling. I found that as the year progressed, I had more ideas, not fewer, about what subject matter to explore next. I found that the words just flowed onto the pages and that I looked forward to publishing something new each week. It was not a chore; it was an indulgence! More importantly, my articles seemed to generate discussion and attract a positive response. This made me realize that there was a demand for what I enjoy offering the community—performance coaching insights from the front line. This book is the first installment of fifty-two insights, but I intend to publish again and again. My weekly inspiration is unlikely to wane any time soon.


About the Author

Tim Wigham grew up in Southern Africa and has dual British and South African citizenship; he served in the British Commandos for 8 years between 1992 and 2000 before completing his Full Time MBA in Cape Town 2001. Tim then specialized in the facilitation of SME executive leadership breakaways across a range of industries to build strong cohesion, as well as clear strategy, mission, vision and authentic company values. In the sports industry, Tim worked on mental toughness with several of the Springbok Rugby players who went on to be World Cup Winners in 2007. Tim is currently the Head of Performance Improvement at Exceed in Aberdeen. He has worked as a performance improvement expert in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry since 2008. Tim is based in the North East of Scotland; he is married and has 3 young children. His main interests include writing, reading, travel and “CrossFit”. He also enjoys blogging about “Inspiration”.