- A deeper level of engagement on the part of all team members
- Greater desire for autonomy and self-assessment
- Fewer personality challenges
- Burgeoning initiative and innnovation
Does it all sound too good to be true?
What Do You Have to Do to Get These Types of Results?
Learn to coach your people, rather than attempt to manage them.
Ross Perot pretty well nailed the point when he said, “You can manage inventory, you can manage things, but you must lead people if you want to tap their full potential.”
So, how do you lead them in this era?
Coaching is the most effective leadership approach we’ve discovered, and yet it’s an old, old secret at best.
Lao Tzu, speaking more than 2,500 years ago said, “Of the best rulers, the people only know that they exist. The next best they love and praise; the next they fear; and the next they revile. When they do not command the people’s faith, some will lose faith in them, and then they resort to oaths! But of the best when their task is accomplished, their work done, their people all remark, ‘We have done it ourselves.'”
What is Required to Learn a Coaching Approach?
We provide a range of coaching skills training to emerging leaders, from corporate executives, to business owners, to line managers.
Rest assured, if you are facing performance challenges of any type in your role as leader or facilitator, we can help. The ball is in your court right now, so please Contact Us for support