Guttman, Howard M.
June 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2007, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p14
The author focuses on determining an employee's coachability. He presents eight questions that may indicate one's coachability. He also stresses that an executive's coachability or the willingness to enter one's discomfort zone in able to change is a success indicator. He explains that coachable members are focused on the future and listen to the rationale for change and that team leaders need coaching as well for them to achieve high performance.


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