My goal with this blog is to host an advice column for you, the well intentioned manager. Over the past seven weeks we’ve looked at some of the ways that well-intentioned managers get it wrong so that we would have something to refer back to as we move forward.
But before we get going with actual questions, I thought it would be a good idea to share the framework that I use to contextualize the questions I get and the advice I give on a regular basis.
(I don’t just make stuff up as I go – people may actually think that coaches do that, but I am here to tell you that the good ones use research, models, and frameworks that are proven to yield the best possible results. To make stuff up I would actually have to be a lot smarter than I am.)
As a coach for…
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