Coaching can help employees reach their full potential, overcome challenges, and build better relationships...but how can you coach virtually?
It can be difficult to have the same type of conversation through a screen that you used to have across a table. Technology has made it easier than ever to connect, but we also know technology brings its own challenges. It can be hard to interpret tone over the phone, there's no shortage of distractions during a video conference, and having a casual conversation over email feels a little forced, doesn't it?
But it is possible to still have effective coaching conversations with your remote employees! In this article, you'll learn how to choose the best communication methods to suit your coaching conversations, tips for becoming a better coach, meeting etiquette, and more!
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