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Coaching for people excellence (Part 2)

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'As leaders we have an obligation to guide our team members to work according to what we agree upon and expect to be achieved," says Jon Eddy Abdullah, the chief executive officer of DTAC. 

"Generally speaking, based on four scenarios for work performance _ excellent, moderate (above standard), below expectations, and poor _ the leader of that particular subordinate may or may not have something to say about that performance."

After graduating from university in Montana in the United States, Mr Abdullah moved to work in Asia in 1995. Almost 20 years later, he is still working outside the US and has had broad geographical assignments covering countries including the Czech Republic, Dubai, Malaysia, Pakistan and Thailand.

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