Pardon my rant in this podcast. The highest leverage of a manager's time is in coaching their people. It's the manager's job to get people to perform at the highest levels possible. Coaching is a key tool for doing this.
So given this, I get a little upset when I hear from sales people that their managers don't coach them.
Enjoy the rant, would love your views.
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