The art of coaching
Why does coaching as a style of management work so well?
People thrive when they feel supported and safe. An effective coach will create a productive working environment and boost performance. Coaching as a style of management has the potential to transform your organisation.
An effective coach will:
1. Reward innovation and creativity.
By eliminating a blame culture in your organisation everyone will feel more inclined to explore new ways of working. This will potentially save money and make your business more efficient.
2. Create a learning environment.
We often forget to share best practice, celebrate success and learn from mistakes. These activities will create valuable learning opportunities and a successful business.
3. Enhance morale.
Investing time and effort in nurturing positive working relationships and making sure individuals are supported is essential. The key is to align personal aspirations with your organisation’s strategic goals.
4. Build resilience.
Successfully unlocking and maximising the potential of your team will certainly increase productivity, particularly in challenging times.
5. Boost retention and loyalty.
An expression of trust and appreciation will go a long way in retaining your most valued and talented employees.
To find out more and develop your coaching and mentoring skills book your place on ‘The Effective Coach’ taking place on 20 June 2014 in Central London.