Getting around coaching roadblocks

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“Understanding these reactions can help you develop your approach, get the most out of your coaching relationships, and build your appreciation of the thoughts and feelings that the prospect being coached can provoke.”

I had the pleasure of writing another article for the wonderful people at The Charity Learning Consortium.

I looked into the reactions that leaders can receive when they adopt a coaching approach in the workplace. Some people will be on board, others very hesitant.

These reactions can be classified into a traffic light system.

To learn more about this approach, read the article here.

Matt Somers

Matt Somers

Matt Somers is the UK’s leading trainer of managers as coaches. His coaching skills training programmes, books, articles and seminars have helped thousands of managers achieve outstanding results through their people.

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