Being a leader/manager in today’s ever-shifting economic and social environment means that having the ability to empower and delegate your team is crucial. Having this ability creates an atmosphere of responsibility and self-lead action in which you and your team members attain organizational goals and objectives.
No matter how many individuals you are leading, one of the key features to meeting and exceeding company goals and objectives is your ability to motivate and inspire those individuals.
Having coaching competencies is a powerful strategy for creating or evolving an organizational culture which is more adaptable to change and growth.
One of the key components in shifting to this type of organization is that you, as a leader, not only see the value of coaching-styled “conversations” as an effective means of employee development, but you also evidence it in your own behaviour.
Becoming a Coaching Wizard in Your Leadership Style: The Dynamic Power of Conversation offers a straight-forward, practical approach to honing your coaching skills.