Last post I wrote about Ram and Rory, two managers with different styles and skill-sets. One was most effective in one-on-one meetings, the other was a great facilitator of team meetings. In the real world, leaders must be good at managing at both the individual and the group level – regardless of their preferences. A Full-Span approach requires you to keep your attention on each person, and the collective, at the same time.
This week, I offer some practical coaching tips for how to do that effectively.