Never has business coaching seemed less relevant but perhaps that’s unfair.

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Looking at the list of key workers the UK Government published in response to Covid 19 is a humbling experience.

It strikes me that leaders now will be having some very tough conversations.

Their people will be wanting to know what the future holds and need their help in dealing with the present.

Leaders will be trying to help their people get to grips with new ways of working at the same time as they’re worried about caring for their own families. 

Leaders will not have all the answers – their expertise will be of no use – and they’ll be subject to the same worries and stresses themselves.

I believe a coaching approach may be the best way to navigate these conversations. 

With that in mind, here is a link to my book, “Instant Manager : Coaching”.

You can download it for free straight away, there is no sign-up procedure. 

I hope it sparks an idea or two on how you could use coaching to help manage the difficult conversations you’re having right now. 

And if you’d like my help in implementing them please drop me an email.

We’ll set up a virtual call and I’ll help you, no charge, no questions asked.

Meanwhile, please stay safe and well.

Matt

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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