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Chapter 34. Coaching: A Key Ingredient i... > Influencing Others Toward Achievemen...

Influencing Others Toward Achievement

Few people who achieve a position of leadership can truly claim sole responsibility for their accomplishment. Someone helped them—someone who knew the individual and the goals of the organization and who was willing to devote effort to achieving both. This action may have been so subtle, so natural, so well organized, or so well woven into the fabric of the relationship that it is visible only in retrospect. Managers who have this kind of positive impact on other team members recognize that the helping relationship is fundamental to the development of a strong organization.

In their role of helping people grow and adjust to change, managers provide guidance and support. But they also realize that employees must help themselves too. Thus, coaching can be seen as the skylight in the roof that allows employees to see a larger, broader vision for themselves.


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