Al Winseman, Learning and Development Senior Consultant at Gallup, was our guest on a recent Called to Coach. Al shared about Gallup's approach to performance management. That approach involves investing in people as individuals, including the fourth of 5 Coaching Conversations managers should have with their employees -- Developmental Coaching. This conversation is event- or project-based, and itself has 3 subconversations that aid in clarity of expectations; understanding a project's current status, successes and challenges; and a review at the end of the project that includes what comes next.
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