By William Seidman Several of our clients plan to use executives – people at the highest levels in their organization — as “coaches” for our system.  They want us to make the “Leader-coach” training more appropriate for executives. Executives have needs, outlooks, and job descriptions that are necessarily different from those of managers. Today I’m thinking about the best ways to formally train executives or, at the very least, get them more directly involved in learning programs. ]]>

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