Our lives are full of defining moments, but do we recognize them?We often fail to appreciate the significance of these moments. At work the pressure can be relentless and we can fail to enjoy thesemoments. The author shows how to recognize and appreciate these moments, which in turn helps us to better cope during more difficult times.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
PETER SHAW is a Partner of Praesta Partners which specialises in executive coaching at senior levels. His coaching clients include senior people in the public, private and voluntary sectors including Permanent Secretaries, High Court Judges, Bishops, UK Ambassadors and Chief Executives. He was formerly a Director General within Government and was a member of five different Government Department Boards. Peter is a Reader in the Anglican Church and a Governor of St. John's College, Durham. He is the author of a number of books and articles on leadership and coaching, and regularly leads workshops on the themes of his books in both the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Table of ContentsForeword by Lesley Strathie Acknowledgements Introduction Living in the Moment Light Going On Moments Milestone Moments Surprising Moments Stretching the Moment Standing Back Moments Joyful Moments Making Time Go Slowly Surviving Difficult Moments Down Moments Crisis Moments Moments of Anger Treasuring the Moment Making Each Moment Matter Accepting the Truth of Hard Messages Embedding the Learning Moment Capturing the Moment Creative Moments Gripping the Moment Living with Discord Creating Future Moments Focus in the Moment Rhythm of Moments Creating Moments for Others The Way Forward Seeing the Pattern of Moments Next Steps Selected Bibliography Index