Tips for teaching managers to be coaches

10/30/2009 | Great Leadership

Convincing managers to invest time in career coaching requires showing them how it pays off in employee satisfaction and improved performance, Dan McCarthy writes. Help managers set measurable goals for coaching and are willing to turn to experts to help them learn to coach effectively, he writes.

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