Coaching and Mentoring: What they are and how to make the most of them
Executive coaching is big business. A top coach in America can earn more than fifteen thousand dollars a day—well beyond the normal fees charged by most consultants.
This comprehensive guide explains everything you need to know to engage and deploy coaches and mentors effectively. Topics covered include:
• Goals and costs of different types of coaching and mentoring
• How to assess a coach’s effectiveness
• Tips for helping coaches and mentors succeed
• Pitfalls to avoid
• Real-life lessons learned by those interviewed for this book
The drive to excellence for individuals and organizations makes coaching and mentoring ever more important in our challenging 24/7 global business environment.
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