Coaching für Führungskrafte während der Einführungsphase. Hilfreich oder nur „Zeitgeistgedanke“?

Futterlieb, Kristin
May 2010
Bibliotheksdienst;2010, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p381
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advent of management coaching during the introductory training phase and whether such coaching is a valuable commodity or a passing fad. A 2008 work on executive coaching by Dr. Astrid Schreyögg is reviewed from the series "Coaching und Supervision" with particular focus on its final section offering "Ein Programm für das Coaching der neu ernannten Führungskraft in den ersten 100 Tagen - und danach."


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