A Harvard Business Review study says that the single most important managerial competency that separates highly effective managers from average ones is the ability to coach. Many managers assume the task of managing teams and driving results relatively easily. Most of them, however, are not equally enthusiastic about coaching as they are not well-equipped to deal with the art and science of coaching. In western nations, coaching is treated as a developmental conversation, while in India, the coachee feels that 'something is not right' with me.
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