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Surgeon vs. coroner

by Buddy Hobart | Posted on November 3rd, 2015

At Solutions 21, we work with leaders around the world and in various stages of their career development. Universally, these leaders rank talent development near the top of their list, across the board. They ALL realize the need to continually develop next generation talent.

Recruiting and retaining top talent is a strategic advantage regardless of location and industry. Usually the team with the best players wins. Of course, one needs a reasonable game plan and a good coach.

This brings me to the coach. Oftentimes managers believe it is someone else’s job to coach their talent. Providing insight, strategy, and real-time feedback does not always rank high on a managers list. They all know the importance of coaching their folks but do not really look at it as part of their job. Somehow managing people does not really mean coaching your people.

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