Power steering

Harris, Mike
April 2010
People Management;4/22/2010, p28
The author expresses his views on how to apply high-performance coaching in companies. He explains that employers should create a working environment that combines coaching, mentoring, training and development. He talks about his intention to help employees establish personal goals that are in line with the goals of the company. Also included are successful examples of high-performance coaching and outcome-based strategies.


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