Realizing potential with coaching
Great work with the group online, very clear feedback and approach.
Keep them going! We need every manager to know this.
Senior Business Analysis Manager, Ukraine
It is a useful course and anybody who works with people can get their takeaway in it.
Senior Learning & Development Specialist, Hungary
We had a series of conversations within half a year approximately.
Every time Oleksandr demonstrated his proactiveness, patience, and readiness to listen.
We discussed different topics and I got enough various information, including books, to develop myself and come to interesting conclusions. Without any doubt, I can say, that these “talks to myself” with Oleksandr’s support were helpful and adequate.
Project Manager, Belarus
This blog is about how coaching can help first-time tech managers successfully transition to the new role.
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