Coaching Change

Goldsmith, Marshall
June 2000
Executive Excellence;Jun2000, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p4
Comments on strategies for coaching executives on organizational and behavioral changes. Identification of the desired attributes for executives undergoing the process of coaching; Determination of who can provide meaningful feedback; Development of an on-going follow-up process.


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