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Results: Why Leaders Need to be Great Coaches

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Coaching represents the most significant trend in leadership development within organizations in the last 25 years. Organizations of every size are interested in increasing bench strength, improving succession planning and elevating performance of employees at all levels. With tight budgets in a tough economic climate, organizations are looking for internal solutions. Instead of hiring external coaches, can managers perform this vital function? (And isn’t that a critical role of managers: developing their people for greater performance and capability?)

While most managers intellectually know the value of coaching, they aren’t necessarily convinced that the payoff is there. Citing time challenges and increasing workloads, managers wonder if coaching is any more effective than directing and giving advice.

The answer is clear: coaching works.

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