Secrets of a CEO Coach: Your Personal Training Guide to Thinking Like a Leader and Acting Like a…

Paperback | June 13, 2000

byD. A. Benton

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Fortune magazine called it "a fascinating book." Harvey MacKay said, "Benton knows what it takes to take you to the top." Executives at companies such as Nabisco, McKinsey, AT&T, and Colgate have found Debra Benton's advice so invaluable that they have paid thousands of dollars for just one coaching session. Editors at magazines from Glamour to Entrepreneur's Business Start-ups, to Working Woman have featured Secrets of a CEO Coach and its practical guidance on moving up the corporate ladder.

Now, the advice that was worth millions to the heads of today's top companies is available in an affordable paperback. It includes timeless advice on how to:

  • Control your attitude.
  • Align your speech patterns with your intentions.
  • Build the self-esteem of people around you.

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In life, there are leaders and there are followers. D.A. Benton argues that any motivated, career-driven person can become a great leader. In Secrets of a CEO Coach: Your Personal Training Guide to Thinking Like a Leader and Acting Like a CEO, Benton provides readers with straightforward advice on climbing the corporate ladder. Rea...

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Fortune magazine called it "a fascinating book." Harvey MacKay said, "Benton knows what it takes to take you to the top." Executives at companies such as Nabisco, McKinsey, AT&T, and Colgate have found Debra Benton's advice so invaluable that they have paid thousands of dollars for just one coaching session. Editors at magazines from G...

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"This is D.A. Benton's best book yet. She leverages years of personal CEO coaching experience to help the reader uncover insightful and practical solutions to the everyday leadership challenges encountered in the real world. Bravo Debra!"­­Douglas R. Conant, President, Nabisco, U.S. Foods Group."Secrets of a CEO Coach is a play book fo...

D. A. Benton is founder of Benton Management Resources, Inc., a firm specializing in raising executive performance. She has been featured in Time, BusinessWeek, Fortune, The New York Times, and USA Today, and appears on national television.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:211 pages, 8.9 × 6 × 0.66 inPublished:June 13, 2000

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ISBN - 10:0071360751

ISBN - 13:9780071360753

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. What is Business Coaching?

Chapter 2. You Know You're Ready for Coaching When...

Chapter 3. CEO Coaching Techniques You Can Apply Yourself.

Chapter 4. Using Mental Energy: Attitude Management.

Chapter 5. Using Physical Energy: Perception Management.

Chapter 6. Using Emotional Energy: It's What's Behind What You're Saying That Speaks Loudest.

Chapter 7. Team Time: How to Coach Others.

Chapter 8. Going All the Way: How to Hire a Coach.

From Our Editors

In life, there are leaders and there are followers. D.A. Benton argues that any motivated, career-driven person can become a great leader. In Secrets of a CEO Coach: Your Personal Training Guide to Thinking Like a Leader and Acting Like a CEO, Benton provides readers with straightforward advice on climbing the corporate ladder. Readers will learn simple yet valuable lessons on controlling your attitude, making your speech patterns reflect your intentions and building up the confidence of the people working around you.