Category Archives: Coaching Managers

Skills, challenges for managers and leaders who are embracing a coaching culture. Bringing coaching to leaders and managers

Benefits of Coaching

When my business partner, Richard and I became qualified coaches 18 years ago coaching and mentoring were viewed as ‘remedial.’ Today that view has shifted dramatically with outcomes and demands most definitely developmental. Most of the demand for our services come from: Recently promoted managers, or directors who are line for promotion or Established senior… Read More »

Manager as Coach or Mentor

THE MANAGER AS COACH OR MENTOR Coaching and being coached are essential activities for 21st century business leaders and managers. In an environment of uncertainty, intense competition and globalisation of markets, innovation, creativity and improved performance are vital to business success. “People, not capital, are businesses’ most vital asset. An organisation must innovate more and… Read More »

Unlocking Discretionary Effort

Doing more or differently with less is an ongoing challenge for leaders and managers.  Coaching them to unlock, or tap into, discretionary effort from their teams can be helpful and rewarding for all, ‘creating’ more resource and raising effectiveness, so we might say: When the business environment demands that you do more or differently with… Read More »