The Influence of Managerial Coaching on staffs’ High Performance work within Education Criteria for Performance Excellence



The managerial coaching which is the action of supervisor to develop staff performance is the practice to improve human capital within The Education Criteria for Performance Excellence. The influence of managerial coaching on staffs’ high performance work depends on supervisors’ social support as emotion support and information support to the staffs. Some studies has founded a positive relationship between managerial coaching and performance improvement, task performance, and job performance thus we assume that managerial influence on staffs’ high performance work.


Managerial Coaching Behavior; High-Performance Work

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