Straight talking man

A manager has yet to use his coaching skills because he feels it’s quicker to tell his staff what to do. How can he break this long-standing habit and allow himself valuable time for coaching? The problem Barry is a manager who is newly trained in coaching. Although he enjoyed the training, he rarely uses the coaching he has learnt. Instead, he sees it as a tool that will take up time and effort in an already pressured schedule rather than saving him time by helping him gain extra powers of delegation. As a senior member of staff Barry is […]

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