Coaching is essential to maximise organisational and individual success. When it goes beyond a routine or annual event, it represents a powerful way to help employees achieve peak performance, innovate, and to arrive each day excited about their work and their organisation. When budgets are slashed and uncertainty looms, coaching leaders can effectively develop and engage every employee in ways that organisational initiatives cannot.
In spite of these benefits, our ADUKG research indicates that organisations and leaders worldwide can struggle to reap the rewards that coaching promises. Our findings also indicate that each employee defines “good coaching” differently. That means successful coaching depends on the ability of leaders at all levels to determine what kind of coaching will meet each of their team member’s needs. Once they do, the leaders can apply their coaching skills and tools strategically, efficiently and effectively.
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