Trainers are particularly well suited to provide just-in-time informal and applied coaching because it leverages many of the training and facilitation skills they already possess. In fact, these coaching conversations often morph into and out of other forms of development. Just-in-time coaching reinforces classroom learning and deepens a trainer's ability to have a lasting and positive impact. With just-in-time training as part of their support repertoire, trainers can become powerful development generalists. To help you along that path, this issue of Infoline will show you how to: establish coaching relationships; recognize just-in-time coaching opportunities; assess interest and coachability; and create effective just-in-time coaching dialogue.