"What I need most in life is for someone to remind of the things I'm capable of accomplishing!"
A common goal of business leaders is to effectively manage their resources to produce expected results and provide financial
profit contributions back to the organization. Usually easier said than done in today's 'manage more, with less' business
constraints. As a business manager & leader you have the responsibility to make your direct reports more successful than
they've ever been - in professional development and delivered performance. So exactly how does one accomplish that?
Many organizations have internal programs through human resources established for people to attend. Yet, the reality for most
people (even after attending such session) is that additional assistance (coaching) is required to transition presented ideas,
concepts and shared best practices, into one's own use & every day application and realities. That's where you come into the
picture - coach. As leader (coach) you likely have your key go-to people, some steady performers and perhaps a few rookies or
new hires. Your role is to ensure they make those presented ideas come to life in their daily application, especially when selling
and servicing your customers.
People manage others using in a variety of styles and approaches. Likely, it's the extension of how they were groomed in their
journey. The key is to transfer knowledge, develop skills & abilities to prepare them for success at current & future levels, while
promoting company values & morals to act as good corporate ambassadors and always displaying honesty & integrity. As
leader, you are strategic in thinking, tactical in hand-off of application, responsible for everyone reporting to you, teacher &
mentor, manager of solutions, friend, etc.
coaching has been a
very effective piece of
development we use.
It really works."
VP of Sales & Marketing
|Hey Coach, how big
is your impact/ripple?
|"Sometimes I just need to be
reminded of my capabilities and
encouraged to pursue them in
the mix of managing my job."
Sales Account Executive
Fortune 500 Company
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Come see how your people can taking their coaching to
more effective levels, and create a "developmental"
perspective, which differs from the "transactional" type
of coaching most folks use.