Never Coach On An Empty Stomach – Bite-size Actions to Energize People and Teams

Never Coach On An Empty Stomach
131 Pages
ISBN 978-0-9994890-0-0


The demands on managers today to deliver results—profitability, growth, quality, market share, productivity—have never been more stress-inducing. You are managing in an age in which:

•Cloud-based computing, mobile devices, and other applications support remote, independent workers

•Multiple generations in the workplace have different, sometimes competing, demands and desires

•Technology drives innovation at a lightning pace

The traditional employee-manager relationship is undergoing seismic shifts, and the leader who can coach at just the right moments will be in demand by organizations and teams. Done right, they will achieve great results for their companies and teams.

In this environment, and the one that is coming—a defining age marking new and interconnected relationships between intelligent managers and team members, and artificially intelligent machines—it’s urgent for managers to improve their coaching skills.

Richard A Greenberg

About Richard A Greenberg (Los Angeles, California Author)

Richard A Greenberg

Richard is president of The BreakThru Alliance, an international coaching and consulting firm he founded in 2008 based in Marina del Rey, California. His innovative thinking has led to improvement in organizations ranging (alphabetically) from Avery Dennison to Yamaha Motor Corporation, and in size from small to very large.

He is a former educator at USC’s Marshall School of Business; was a principal at a “big six” accounting, tax, and consulting firm; has completed projects in over 30 countries; served as chief HR officer for a media and entertainment company; and was operations manager at a successful retail chain. His first published book is called: Never Coach On An Empty Stomach, Bite-size Actions to Energize People and Teams. He has published a dozen articles in business journals.

Richard lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife of thirty-two years and has a grown son and daughter, who have taught him as many life lessons as he has hopefully taught them.