It’s leaders’ responsibility to tell their employees about their performance, but mixed messaging — or flat-out omissions — have generally replaced direct dialogue and tough conversations in the workplace.
While the term “coaching” is often confused with training, mentoring or consulting, true coaching is about supporting people in achieving their potential. It’s positive and forward-moving.
Enlightened organizations evaluate how technology and investments in people can enhance efficiency and advance corporate culture and values.
Employee engagement is a hot topic, and rightly so. With unemployment rates low, employers are not only finding it difficult to attract quality applicants; they are also looking for innovative ways to engage and retain their current workforce.
The coaching revolution isn’t news to learning and development (L&D) professionals or their learners. During this TICE Virtual Conference, hear from learning leaders who have experience creating and promoting coaching cultures in their organizations.
While many companies bring in external coaching consultants, internal coaching programs are created as a way to introduce coaching to an organization’s culture and to support the practice within a company.