Imagine, at the end of a day of training, knowing you were impactful, the attendees had new actions to take, and they left with the confidence they could take those actions. That is the definition of a satisfied trainer.
Coaching employees is not what it used to be. In response to the demands of the knowledge economy, workplace coaching is no longer about giving directions; it’s about helping employees take ownership. Yet few managers know how to do that.
The way people work has changed dramatically. Gone are the days of large, stable organizations and strict 9-to-5, Monday through Friday schedules. Now, people work anywhere they have Wi-Fi.