Being a manager is difficult, and being a coach and manager is even harder. It is easy for coaching to be put second, or done poorly because of other obligations. However, it is important to always be a good coach, no matter what else is going on. Below are the do's and don'ts of coaching.
I hope this radio show segment really helps as this is tough when managing and developing remote teams of employees:
Engagement is a word commonly associated with coaching, but what is engagement? In the article, "What is Employee Engagement?" written by Kevin Kruse, he writes about the meaning of engagement in the workplace and why engaged employees will benefit your company.
3 THINGS NOT TO DO WHEN COACHING
TOP 5 REASONS TO COACH WITHIN YOUR ORGANIZATION
We constantly talk about the importance of coaching, and tips or strategies to do it better, but why should we incorporate coaching into our organization anyways?