Succeeding: Teaching Vs. Coaching Your Employees

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February 16, 2013

One of the greatest benefits for me as a writer is creating conversation.  Last week, I wrote Are YOU Coachable? 3 Ways To Ensure You Are I received emails, phone calls, comments, and tweets about the post, so I knew I hit a nerve.  Then, Sean Conrad wrote a follow-up article to accompany mine.

Sean, the Senior Product Analyst and Sales Trainer atHalogen Software, share his thoughts and expanded on mine in an article you need to check out:

Are You Committed To Your Employees’ Success? Teaching vs. Coaching Your Employees

I think we use the words teaching and coaching interchangeably  so it is great to hear a new perspective on why and how they are different.  Be sure to check it out and comment on my post or his.  Would love to keep the conversation going.

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