Help your employees help themselves. As a manager in todayas business world, you canat just tell your direct reports what to do: You need to help them make their own decisions, enable them to solve tough problems, and actively develop their skills on the job. Whether you have a star on your team whoas eager to advance, an underperformer whoas dragging the group down, or a steady contributor who feels bored and neglected, you need to coach them: Help shape their goalsaand support their efforts to achieve them. In the HBR Guide to Coaching Employees youall learn how to: ac Create realistic but inspiring plans for growth ac Ask the right questions to engage your employees in the development process ac Give them room to grapple with problems and discover solutions ac Allow them to make the most of their expertise while compelling them to stretch and grow ac Give them feedback theyall actually apply ac Balance coaching with the rest of your workload Arm yourself with the advice you need to succeed on the job, from a source you trust. Packed with how-to essentials from leading experts, the HBR Guides provide smart answers to your most pressing work challenges.To be told to wear a tie to the office? You may notice these things in passing, but if you dona#39;t schedule time to focus on them, youa#39;ll find yourself worrying about them all weekaon the way to the office, in meetings about other thingsaand neveranbsp;...
|Title||:||HBR Guide to Coaching Employees (HBR Guide Series)|
|Author||:||Harvard Business Review|
|Publisher||:||Harvard Business Review Press - 2014-11-18|