This week’s guest is Michael Bungay Stanier, the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Coaching Habit. He sold about three quarters of a million copies and it’s one of a few business books that actually makes you laugh.

We’re talking about his new book, The Advice Trap, which is out very soon. The book has some really interesting insights about what Michael calls the ‘Advice Monster’, which hides behind well meaning people who give advice to others who may not want it. We also discuss the notion of fake questions and fake listening that we often fall into, even when our intentions are good.

It’s always a fun and fascinating conversation with my friend Michael Bungay Stanier.

This week’s guest is Michael Bungay Stanier, the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Coaching Habit. He sold about three quarters of a million copies and it’s one of a few business books that actually makes you laugh.

We’re talking about his new book, The Advice Trap, which is out very soon. The book has some really interesting insights about what Michael calls the ‘Advice Monster’, which hides behind well meaning people who give advice to others who may not want it. We also discuss the notion of fake questions and fake listening that we often fall into, even when our intentions are good.

It’s always a fun and fascinating conversation with my friend Michael Bungay Stanier.

This week’s guest is Michael Bungay Stanier, the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Coaching Habit. He sold about three quarters of a million copies and it’s one of a few business books that actually makes you laugh.

We’re talking about his new book, The Advice Trap, which is out very soon. The book has some really interesting insights about what Michael calls the ‘Advice Monster’, which hides behind well meaning people who give advice to others who may not want it. We also discuss the notion of fake questions and fake listening that we often fall into, even when our intentions are good.

It’s always a fun and fascinating conversation with my friend Michael Bungay Stanier.