The Craft of Coaching

What is an effective framework for helping executives develop a skillful coaching style?
Michael Morris  | Fall 2009
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Coaching is recognized as a particularly important style of leadership, enabling managers to foster long-term personal development of peers and even their superiors. A framework developed by Columbia Business School Program on Social Intelligence provides a disciplined approach to the technique, which helps coaches think through problems and achieve a deeper self-awareness. In this case students learn the three-phase coaching framework and familiarize themselves with assignments to assist coaches.

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