Get ahead, get a coach

Johnson, Roy
January 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jan/Feb98, Issue 8, p8
Academic Journal
Describes how the concept of coaching can be applied in career management. Establishing a goal which is realistic and achievable; Identification of obstacles to success; Checking personal and company resources available for use; Developing a plan for achieving the goal.


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