Coaching the Team at Work
In Coaching the Team at Work, David Clutterbuck takes an in-depth look at coaching a team, rather than an individual, in the workplace. Combining the techniques of team coaching and learning with the practical experiences of managers and coaches, Clutterbuck answers questions about coaching and makes team coaching a sustainable, automatic process.
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