Sorry to report that I cannot create more time for you; however, I've always found that when the person being coached needs/wants to talk "long-term development goals," the better prepared they are to do so the more efficient and effective the conversations can be. All I ask is that they populate 3 columns -- (1) What do you do best?; (2) What do you like most?; (3) What's most important to you? -- and prioritize the answers in each by using a simple forced-ranking approach. With that 'homework' completed we can then focus more immediately and easily on long-term goals and whatever developmental efforts need to be put forth to achieve them.
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