This guidance describes whom to coach and develop on your team with your marginal time.
If you only have a limited amount of time, whom should you coach? This is a question we get all the time. What if I've got a weak performer? Don't I have to work to get him up to speed? What do I do when the time I spend with a weak performer cuts into my time with everyone else?
These are really good questions. They address the inherent challenges of growing the productivity of your team, AND the issue of there never being enough time to do it. So, before we go any further, let's be clear: if these are the questions you're asking yourself, you're thinking the right way and wrestling with the right kinds of questions.
The problem with these questions is that if the average manager asks her peer a couple of cubes over, and that fellow manager really doesn't know what HE is doing either.
So let's answer the Coaching Dilemma problem once and for all.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Which of my directs should I coach the most?
- Why choose that direct to coach?
- Which directs don't I coach?
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