Me, Myself, My Team – Revised Edition

How to become an effective team player using NLP

By: Angus McLeod


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Size: 234mm x 156mm

Pages : 180

ISBN: 9781845900342

Format: Paperback

Published: December 2006


Me, Myself, My Team is a practical book stimulating the reader to new and empowering strategies using ‘team’ as a model for change.

Whether the objective is to influence changes in your work-place, decide on the most career-important focus for your job or knowing how to understand and influence difficult people, this book has inspiring tools for stimulating change. The emphasis is principally on what we can do to make a difference at work. These learnings are extended to provide practical ideas for developing people and teams as well.

This edition is updated throughout and has more emphasis on understanding people and influencing skills.


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Angus McLeod

Professor Angus McLeod is pre-eminent in coaching technology and practice. His company Angus McLeod Associates trains coaching-skills for managers, leadership and management development learning journeys' and e-learning solutions as well as supplying 1-2-1 coaching. They also supply ASK MAX', the world's first e-mentoring service, a cost-effective way of getting top coaches into organizations for a whole day at a time, where they coach several people during each day. He is also Principal of the Coaching Foundation, an e-learning platform for practical learning of coaching skills. They cover both life- and executive-coaching as well as business development programmes for coaches as well. A wide range of blended-learning is offered including video-tutorials, webinars, series of small-group tutorials (online) and an e-learners community with monitoring and tutoring by professional coaches. Angus is also Visiting Professor of Coaching at Birmingham City University and a supervisor of PhD applied research in coaching and leadership.


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