As you grow, you need a Coach


Excerpt from the article, ” Leaving It All on the Field” in HBR magazine, May 2014 issue

It’s tough to learn new skills when bigger and bigger groups of people are watching you make the stupid mistakes that are inevitable in any learning process. The best way to respond to this reality is to regard that scrutiny as a valuable asset. Milk all the input you can from it. Embrace those 360-degree evaluations and learn from your peers and direct reports. Find a mentor to guide you. And engage a coach to help you work through your issues and develop the skills you need. To read complete article click here http://hbr.org/2014/05/leaving-it-all-on-the-field/ar/1

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