Coaching Teams One Individual at a Time

You know that every team member is an individual; make sure you’re taking the time to coach them that way. Drawing on his experiences working with elite rugby coaches, NY Times Bestselling Author Alan Fine explains a simple way to think about these individual differences to help you meet employees where they are.


“One-on-one coaching is where so much of individual performance can be released.

 

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