I believe one-on-one coaching is one of the most important disciplines you can adopt into your leadership style. I’ve seen coaching improve both top and bottom line results in organizations, as well as foster cultures of accountability. I've personally witnessed coaching lead directly to higher productivity and greater job satisfaction for employees. In a nutshell, I believe coaching is the answer to one of the most important questions in business today, “How do I focus on improving both people and results in my organization?”
Today, I’m starting a new blog series entitled “Becoming a Coaching Leader”. This series will focus specifically on actionable steps you can take to start coaching your team. In today’s post I will introduce you to the six steps. Over the next few weeks we will look at each of these steps more in-depth and provide you with key insights and tools from my experience and training as a coach.
The six steps we will be examining are as follows:
- Step 1: Write Your Coaching Vision
- Step 2: Create Your Coaching Systems
- Step 3: Develop Your Coaching Tools
- Step 4: Share Your Coaching Vision
- Step 5: Sharpen Your Coaching Skills
- Step 6: Master Your Coaching Disciplines
Make it a great day!