aspires to a
but that does not
mean they do not
want the opportu-nityto advance their
starting conversations with employees
that will guide them toward greater personal responsibility for their own career
growth, and help them explore the
options available to reach their goals.
Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go
isn’t about having all the right answers
for an employee. It’s about asking the
right questions and altering how organizational leaders approach their employees’ career development. Not everyone
aspires to a leadership position, but that
does not mean they do not want the
opportunity to advance their abilities,
knowledge and effectiveness. By asking
the right questions, you can help people
develop self-awareness and facilitate
opportunities for their continued education and experience.
Beyond helping your employees, the
book offers critical observations and ques-
tions you can use to evaluate your own
experiences, take responsibility for your
own career development and perhaps
reassess your own career growth.
Kaye and Giulioni have put together a
valuable, practical and effective set of
tools that everyone can use, starting today.
about the reviewer
David M. Dye is the founder of Trailblaze
in Denver, Colorado, which offers training, coaching and assistance in organizational leadership. He brings more than
20 years of experience to his leadership
speaking, consulting and coaching.