Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace
In today’s workplace, coaching goes far beyond sports. Learning how to adopt coaching techniques can help executives and employees reach their full performance potential.
Who Is a Coach in the Workplace?
Coaches in the workplace are those who influence their co-workers through direct action or direction. They are your C-Suite executives, VPs, Direct Supervisors, and more. For any executive to be a great leader, they must first be a great coach capable of influencing their team and embodying the change they want to see. Most importantly, workplace coaches understand that each of their team members’ wins and losses is their own and are willing to invest in their team like such.
What Makes a Leader a Successful Coach?
Three main workplace coaching skills make leaders successful in the workplace: