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Triggers : sparking positive change and making it last / by Marshall Goldsmith

By: Goldsmith, Marshall.
Publisher: London, U.K. : Profile Books, 2015Description: xix, 252 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781781252819.Subject(s): Personal development | Psychology | ChangeOnline resources: Download as an eBook | Read our book review
Contents:
WHY DON'T WE BECOME THE PERSON WE WANT TO BE? : The immutable truths of behavioural change -- Belief triggers that stop behavioural change in its tracks -- It's the environment -- Identifying our triggers -- How triggers work -- We are superior planners and inferior doers -- Forecasting the environment -- The wheel of change. TRY : The power of active questions -- The engaging questions -- Daily questions in action -- Planner, doer, and coach -- AIWATT -- MORE STRUCTURE, PLEASE : We do not get better without structure -- But it has to be the right structure -- Behaving under the influence of depletion -- We need help when we're least likely to get it -- Hourly questions -- The trouble with 'good enough' -- Becoming the trigger -- NO REGRETS : The circle of engagement -- The hazard of leading a changeless life.
Summary: Examines how our own beliefs and environments can trigger negative behaviour. Draws on decades of executive coaching experience to present practical advice to navigate the negative, and develop self-awareness about what is preventing us from achieving our potential.
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209 TRI (Browse shelf) Available CA008639
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WHY DON'T WE BECOME THE PERSON WE WANT TO BE? : The immutable truths of behavioural change -- Belief triggers that stop behavioural change in its tracks -- It's the environment -- Identifying our triggers -- How triggers work -- We are superior planners and inferior doers -- Forecasting the environment -- The wheel of change. TRY : The power of active questions -- The engaging questions -- Daily questions in action -- Planner, doer, and coach -- AIWATT -- MORE STRUCTURE, PLEASE : We do not get better without structure -- But it has to be the right structure -- Behaving under the influence of depletion -- We need help when we're least likely to get it -- Hourly questions -- The trouble with 'good enough' -- Becoming the trigger -- NO REGRETS : The circle of engagement -- The hazard of leading a changeless life.

Examines how our own beliefs and environments can trigger negative behaviour. Draws on decades of executive coaching experience to present practical advice to navigate the negative, and develop self-awareness about what is preventing us from achieving our potential.

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