Coaching to Enhance, Develop, and Strengthen Emotional and Social Competencies in Government Leaders
Contributed by Guest Author G. Lee Salmon, Federal Consulting Group, U.S. Department of the Treasury2
Coaching to develop emotional effectiveness skills in government leaders has become increasingly critical over time. Agencies face continuing cuts in their budgets, loss of senior staff due to retirements, and the increasingly complex nature of work requiring collaboration and social intelligence skills. Most executives and managers in leadership positions were promoted based on their technical competence, not on their people skills. Competence in the emotional and social effectiveness (ESE) skills described in this book is proving ...