Team Coaching by Managers


Definition: Team Coaching by Managers is an idea advocated by Google's Schmidt, Rosenberg and Eagle in their book "Trillion Dollar Coach" based on their experiences with coach Bill Cambell that, in order to be a top manager in an innovative firm, you should act like a team coach.
After all, the higher your management position, the more your success depends on making other people (your team) successful.


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