How to coach people like a carpenter

12/21/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Coaching your workers should be something you do on a daily basis, and integrate into all your leadership activities, writes Mary Jo Asmus. "Like a carpenter who knows exactly what tool to use for each situation, your coaching can become one of the tools you call upon when needed," Asmus writes.

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