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In Training Industry - Coaching: Leading, One Person at a Time
Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Mission accomplishment and individual development throughout one’s career in pursuit of organizational improvement are often key differentiators in successful organizations. Coaching that leaders receive along the way plays an integral role in this development. This coaching article, written by Thayer faculty member, Colonel (Retired) Donna Brazil, Ph.D., explores how to improve your organization by taking the time to coach a high-potential employee – thereby leading one person at a time. 

Read more at:
https://trainingindustry.com/blog/leadership/coaching-leading-one-person-at-a-time/
 
* Article was originally published by Training Industry, the expert resource for corporate learning & development professionals seeking information about best practices and innovative approaches.
 
 
 

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