Set clear goals for executive coaches, give them all the information they need and make sure no one tries to manipulate them, writes executive coach John Behr. "If coaches are evaluating coachees in order to determine the best opportunities for their development, some stakeholders may attempt to influence the process inappropriately," he writes.
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