Push comes to shove

A manager with outstanding technical skills has found himself sidelined but does not understand why. He feels coaching can help but he must face painful truths about himself in the process. The problem Malcolm is a senior manager who is highly regarded as a technical expert. However, his role has recently changed. Previously identified as ‘high potential’, his team now reports directly to his line manager instead of him. Malcolm is frustrated on several levels. He feels that he is being used for information – doing the groundwork only...

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