What, according to Peter Stinckens – one of Europe’s most successful coaches and consultants – is wrong with the way managers organize and run their businesses?
This book will not offer you theoretical analyses and answers, but seven chapters that will hopefully make you think about the way you – and many others – often sabotage your own success.
Peter’s work is based on the latest findings in sociology, psychology, neurology, behavioral economics and many more disciplines and on his vast experience both as a manager and as a coach.
As an international consultant and executive coach, he uses these insights to help people and organizations to dramatically improve their results.
With 12 years experience as a coach and consultant and a prior ‘field’ experience of twenty years as a key account manager, branch manager, plant manager, CCO and CEO to 3 organizations, Peter always succeeds in making a bridge between scientific insight and the practical issues managers meet on a daily basis.
The seven chapters in this book can help you to find solutions for your own daily challenges. Or at least, they will help you to start your own process of questioning your own approach to leadership and management.
This is the first publication of Peter that is released in English. Other titles will be available soon.