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Coaching is the key to training!


  • Coaching is the key to training!

    LINK==> Job Instruction Training - How might you use this pattern today?

    Thanks to Mike Rother
    Job Instruction Training' is a WWII-era Starter Kata for managers, supervisors and team leaders that embodies respect for people and still finds application today. Think about how the intent and underlying pattern of instruction that's illustrated here might be useful in your work environment. (1944 film by the Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education: "Problems in Supervision: Instructing Workers on the Job.")

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      Excellent piece as usual Lee!
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