Science and Art of Coaching

Zenger, Jack; Stinnett, Kathleen
May 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2010, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p10
The authors offer a guide to helping leaders become better coaches. To insure that training investments pay off, they suggest five key questions that need to be answered such as whether coaching makes a difference, how to increase the effectiveness of coaching sessions, how to make coaching more consistent, the goal of coaching and how much change can be expected, and the coaches' personality or behavior that makes the most positive impact.


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