Identifying during hiring those employees who are ‘highly coachable’ and boosting their skillsets, and increasing the ‘coachability’ of existing employees can give employers a competitive edge, boosting individuals’ performance and adaptability, suggests research in the US. Zooming in on ‘coachability’ and taking action accordingly allows employers to maximise coaching investments, achieve greater effectiveness, and potentially create competitive advantages, suggests the study by Chicago-based researchers, Jake A Weiss of Coachability Consultants and Maureen Merrigan...

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