Why it's worthwhile to coach others

06/17/2010 | Aspire-CS.com

Coaching employees takes time and effort, but it pays off in the long term for you and your workers, Mary Jo Asmus writes. Workers who are coached well are more likely to correct their own mistakes and "raise the bar on their own performance on an ongoing basis," which helps the company and your career, she writes.

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