You want to help your organization move forward. That’s why you became a trainer. But there is much more you can do! Do you connect well with people? Do you understand the overall mission and vision of your organization? If so, you’re a prime person to conduct just-in-time coaching sessions. Just-in-time coaching addresses specific, current needs. And while you don’t need the targeted career training that formal coaches need, you do need to establish a cadre of core skills. That’s where this issue of Infoline comes in. This Infoline offers you a direct path to conduct just-in-time coaching. You’ll learn how to establish coaching relationships, recognize just-in-time coaching opportunities, assess interest and coachability, and create effective just-in-time coaching dialogues.