Managing Management : Managing And Coaching

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Introduction It is not unusual to encounter the term managing and coaching used in place of one another. Those who understand the difference might cringe a bit inside when this occurs because it is likely they have worked for, or with, a manager who certainly was not a coach, and consequently ineffective. More succinctly, coaching is a function of managing that every respectable leader of others must be able to do well. Regrettably, too many managers lack this success because they focus on the task and end results, overlooking the fact that results are best achieved through evolving and motivating others to achieve those results. While achieving results through others is a thought-provoking task, organizations are unable to grow and compete if their managers don’t talk to people about their purpose and contribution to the organization. With regular and practiced coaching, managers can fulfill their responsibility to deliver heightened performance and improve productivity. Before you are a leader, success is all about your performance, and your contributions. It 's about getting called upon and providing the right answers. However, when you become a leader, success is all about growing others. Your success as a leader comes not solely from what you do but from the reflected accomplishments of the people you lead. Statement of the Problem Managers and leaders aren 't fully effective without Executive Coaching. A common problem in many

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