Buzzotta, V.R.; Lefton, R.E.; Sherberg, Mannie
November 1977
Training & Development Journal;Nov77, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p50
Discusses ways to facilitate the coaching and counseling processes in training in organizations. Major points that professional trainers should bear in mind when trying to improve the coaching and counseling skills of managers; Use of managerial power to elicit self-analysis by the subordinate; Combination of the manager's own insights and knowledge to produce self-understanding on the part of the subordinate.


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