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Taking Account of Learning

August 21, 2008
Professional services firms have a reputation for grinding through employees without much focus on individual development. A small Miami-based accounting firm, Kaufman Rossin, has chosen a different approach.
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The Boom in Business Coaching

Companies are investing in coaching in an effort to develop a new generation of leaders to replace retiring baby boomers. The ones that use it most effectively develop specific performance goals, financial measurements or other tools to determine what they want the end result of their coaching program to be.
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<i>Dear Workforce</i> How Do I Change Problem Behaviors of an Otherwise Good Employee

March 7, 2008
How do you handle an employee who is basically a very good employee, but has obsessive-compulsive tendencies and whose behavior often causes problems for co-workers? Some complaints include: 1) Yells out questions without first looking for the answer himself; 2) Asks questions without providing all details; 3) Tends to ramble when making a point; 4) Feels he must do everything himself; 5) Hounds people who don’t immediately reply to his requests.
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