In this episode of The Business of Learning podcast, we hear from industry experts on how to create a continuous culture of coaching and feedback.
The return on investment for coaching is high. Coupled with ongoing feedback, a coaching culture can improve productivity and retention.
Leverage the three steps outlined in this article to create a culture of continuous coaching and feedback.
Consider this four-step framework for creating a strategic culture of coaching and development in your organization.
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.