In this final installment, we discuss how these conversations can be made even more effective by addressing the coachee’s values/drivers.
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Part 1 outlined suggestions for more effective coaching conversations, including a recommended, 4-step approach. Part 2 will summarize two other scholarly perspectives on successful coaching conversations.
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