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Unlike other forms of capital (i.e. human, financial, physical, etc.), social capital refers to productive connections between people. It’s not formed out of a self-serving agenda, but rather a genuine interest in joining together to accomplish a goal.
The best coaches hold themselves accountable for not just the leadership development of their coachees, but for actually helping them solve their business problems.
These 11 elements are built on the belief that every coach (every employee and employer, really) has the responsibility to give every assignment their best effort because consistent best effort leads to great performance.
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