How to Be a Great Coach in a Chaotic Environment

How to Be a Great Coach in a Chaotic Environment

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Do you work in a disruptive setting? Today, many do. The growing popularity of wide open office designs can have a downside. They can make it difficult to hold private conversations. And of all the conversations that want privacy, coaching is certainly one of them!

As a coach, you want to focus closely on the person you’re coaching, listen attentively to their issues, and detect teaching opportunities.

By: Edward G. Brown

Edward G. Brown is an expert in corporate culture and behavior change. His sales and leadership programs has assisted Fortune 500 companies around the world.

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