Employees can promote changes in other employees' behavior

Wage, Kathryn
November 1997
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;11/03/97, Issue 322220, p35
Opinion. Discusses the concept of peer coaching as a way to encourage employees to promote changes in the behavior of their colleagues. Difference of peer coaching from mentoring; Creation of trust among employees of equal status; Facilitation of learning new skills or behaviors; Development of more autonomy among employees.


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