Are you a manager? If so, would you consider coaching to be your responsibility? Do you consider that in your role as a manager, exercising coaching responsibility is one of the many cogs making a great company?
If you answered “No”, let us de-mystify why it is your responsibility and how this contributes to making a good company.
Perhaps this snippet will spark your interest however we must warn you it encapsulates only a fraction of the total wisdom shared throughout this episode.
Tune in, these 51 minutes have the potential to shift your perspective and provide clarity.
What are you waiting for?
John Coleman has deep experience and expertise working with executives, leadership teams and product development teams to achieve increased business agility and create environments where creativity and collaboration produce high-performance teams.
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