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Lead Your Team to Win with Maxine Attong
Maxine Attong, coach and Organisational Development Practitioner & author of her 2nd book, “Lead Your Team to Win: Achieve Optimal Performance By Providing a Safe Space For Employees” joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Maxine Attong discuss the following:
- What is your book about?
- How is this book different from your first book?
- What is a safe space?
- What are the benefits/ pitfalls of such a space?
- How can one get a copy of your book?
Maxine Attong has been leading small and large teams for the last two decades both in organizational settings and in her private coaching and facilitation practice. She has helped organizations come to consensus, overcome the perils of ineffective leadership, redesign processes to suit changing environments, and manage the internal chaos inherent in strategy implementation. She has been trained as a Gestalt Organizational Development practitioner, a Certified Evidence Coach, a Certified Professional Facilitator, a Certified Professional Accountant, and is a former Quality Manager.
Maxine Attong’s personal vision is to “enhance the lives of the people that she comes in contact with,” Maxine collaborates with clients first to raise mindfulness and awareness of issues, and then to develop and implement strategies aligned to the organizational vision. This approach follows from her personal philosophy that all humans are intelligent, creative, and want to do better.
Her first book, “Change or Die: The Business Improvement Manual,” shares her “ENGAGE” Business Process Improvement methodology that empowers internal teams to effectively redesign processes within their organizations.
In this second book, Lead Your Team to Win: Achieve Optimal Performance By Providing a Safe Space For Employees which she considers her “heart” book, she details how she has created a “safe space” for team members to take risks and excel both within an organizational context and in their personal lives.
Maxine is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, and divides her time between the Caribbean and the US.