Build a Great Coaching Culture on Your Team

It’s not easy to build a great coaching culture on your team. A great coaching culture starts with leaders who can coach and teach coaching skills to their team members. I will train your leaders on how to be a great coach. Learn the foundational skills needed for coaching, including:

  • Active listening
  • Asking Powerful Questions
  • Acknowledgements
  • Building Awareness
  • Designing Action Strategies
  • How to incorporate progress and accountability

Once your leaders have completed their training, I will work with them to refine their coaching skills in the context of real-world coaching conversations they will encounter. Your team members will also learn the importance of utilizing coaching skills outside of coaching appointments. A real coaching culture begins to build as team members use their coaching skills in everyday conversations. You want coaching to become “hard-wired” into your corporate DNA.

You will notice results including higher levels of employee engagement, improve teamwork and conflict resolution, higher productivity, and a better ability to attract and retain great talent. Once you have improved the coaching culture, you can begin to address the issues of: leadership,  performance teams, emerging leader workshops, leader workshops, Leadership Programs, work life balance,  workshop leading  program, generation gap,  leaders downsizing, identifying high potential leaders,  ROI, development, learn return on investment. You can build a coaching culture to help develop what leaders do; assist directors, c-level, and other levels with the management of teams.

This all leads to workforce ehancements that will be apparent to executives, supervisors, and superiors and indicate a level of performance, organization, and management for those who build it. Building a coaching culture is the highest form of leadership training and leadership development: It’s an art to motivate, those who work for your organization. Some tools that help to build a coaching culture would be implementing: job shadowing, development courses/classes, seminars, workshops, working out customer satisfaction goals, strategy, employee evaluation, and identifying workforce demographics.