A quick guide to being a better coach

Coaching is not the same as giving advice.

by Caroline Boyd

Most managers instinctively know that coaching is a good thing to do, but it’s easier not to do it for a variety of reasons:

-- Managers simply don’t have the luxury of hours of coaching time for deep, meaningful conversations with multiple direct reports.

-- They know what coaching is but feel ill-equipped to do it properly and would therefore rather not try.

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