Unlock the transformative power of self-coaching, where we dissect the true purpose of coaching. It's not about changing others but about providing a perspective that empowers personal choice and change. We unravel the enlightening insights from Gallup's annual study, which reveals a startling lack of employee engagement and the crucial need to focus on strengths for strategic self-improvement...
The Progress Coaching Blog
The Teeter-Totter: Aligning Employee Goals with Job Expectations
Have you ever considered the delicate balance of personal goals and job expectations? What if your aspirations for an employee don’t align with their personal ambitions?
Elevate Your Leadership with Coaching Champions
What if the key to tipping the scales to favor a more engaged and positive team is already within your reach? Imagine turning the shocking statistic of only 2.9 out of 10 team members being positively engaged in and fostering a thriving, productive environment.
Change the Narrative on Promotions: A New Approach to Career Growth
Cora spent her career working toward climbing the corporate ladder. She chased titles and worked on developing skills to help her attain those promotions, believing the narrative she was taught early on that true career success was measured by one thing: your title.
What's been a pleasant surprise in the last two years is that the coaching industry and the coaching movement has gone from this concept of, "It would be nice to coach if we had time," to organizations stating, "We must coach our employees." This has been, needless to say, refreshing.
This still begs the question- how do we motivate our managers to coach?
This article is not about how to coach,..
One of the greatest tests we can perform is to ask ourselves as leaders the following question: "do my employees come to me offering to help for the betterment of the team and the organization arbitrarily"?
Disconnects between departments, low levels of motivation, a negative atmosphere, employees who feud and power-struggle – many workplaces will eventually wrestle with at least one of these problems. On the surface, they might seem unrelated, but I’d suggest they all boil down to one thing: a culture of generosity.
Last night I was on a conference call with a team of experts where we are going to be doing a very innovative presentation as a panel on how to create a coaching culture. I was on a panel with a group of people that are far smarter than I could ever hope to be. It was one of the nicest and friendliest conversations I've ever had with a group of people. It kept hitting me throughout the..
I keep seeing more and more products about getting employee feedback. There are more software companies that are helping organizations collect data specific to the workplace and how employees feel. I find these valuable but on the other hand I also find them very high level and not helping organization facilitate dialogue between management and employees.Companies conduct annual or biannual..