How to train managers as coaches

February 2011
People Management;2/24/2011, p30
The article offers tips on educating managers to coach employees in terms of enhancing performance and skills development. Recruitment workers must start with telling to managers the necessity of coaching and its positive impact towards reports and output generated by the workforce. Other ways to conduct coach training include emphasizing success, advising on when to and not to coach, and simplifying the initial coach training.


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