From Manager to Coach: 7 Development Tips 

Effective coaching can take an employee from good to great. When managers act as coaches, they provide timely, specific, and frequent feedback. This means employees should always know where they stand and what their focus should be. Coaching helps improve employees performance, but it also improves business results and organizational effectiveness.


While some managers are naturally better at providing feedback and coaching, there's always room to grow no matter if you are a veteran manager or just starting. In this infographic, you'll learn seven quick coaching tips you can put into practice today!


You'll also learn:

  • How coaching impacts business results
  • Skills managers need to become effective coaches
  • How to be sure employees understand the feedback they receive

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