“We’d like you to start with our managers.”
As a coach, I work with people across departments and roles. Sometimes it’s the founder or C Suite executive. Other times, it’s the direct supervisor or the rising next gen leader. And universally, one thing is true.
Every one of us would be better— better for our people, for our team, and for our company – if we had a coach.
Maybe this is why more and more companies are offering coaching to their leaders: a move that not only invests in their people’s performance and wellbeing today but also sets the table for the company’s peak performance tomorrow and next year.
Want to know what behavior coaching helps to stop? Passing the blame downward. The easy way out of problems (and the easiest way to stall your company) is to assume the root cause is “other people.” Or maybe less confrontational— that other people need coaching more than you