Once a luxury strictly for executives, coaching is now extended to most employees for developmental purposes. Manager and leaders are learning coaching skills to become more effective in their daily conversations with their employees. In fact, managers also find their coaching skills useful when identifying future leaders and developing high-potential employees.
As coaching becomes an increasingly popular focus in business settings, we seek to explore how organizations are cultivating a coaching culture. This HCI Keynote video shares key findings from signature research conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation (ICF). The research examines the ways in which companies and leaders establish and support a coaching culture, and identifies the motivation, application, and outcomes of coaching practices today.
You will learn:
• How and why companies choose to implement a coaching culture.
• The distinguishing criteria and typical training for managers and leaders who use coaching skills.
• The positive outcomes identified by organizations with strong coaching cultures.