Corporate Coaching: The organisational win-all

Kam, Karine
November 2012
Asia Insurance Review;Nov2012, p98
Trade Publication
It says that corporate coaches develop strengths and weakness of the top organisational movers to increase the value of their charges to the organisation. It states that through the focus motivation and coaching, corporate coaching assists executives better handle fires and challenges as well as improves their functional and management skills, while keeping with the strategic focus on business. It adds that coaching will assists in developing teamwork and leadership skills.


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