Coaching and Feedback: Get Your Ducks in a Row!
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Coaching and Feedback are great buzzwords, but when you stop think about it, aren’t they often a little easier said than done? Receiving feedback in a way that is helpful to your organization and yourself is critical to the success of your business, as is coaching and being coachable. So how do you bring people into your organization that not only enjoy coaching but also enjoy being coached themselves? It’s all about getting those ducks in a row. This week, Jeff Kahler explores the ways leaders can receive honest feedback without any bias.
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