Strong Organizations Need Strong Coaches
It’s no secret that it’s difficult to stay current with the skills needed to survive in the digital workplace. That’s why it’s crucial that your organization has a strong leadership coaching culture from the top of the org chart to the bottom.
For a team to be their best, their leaders must be able to coach them effectively. In turn, leaders need to be coached by their leaders, too. With this in mind, DDI can help you build your leadership coaching program from the ground up.
Already have one in place? We can help you take your current one to the next level.
Coaching Skills Create a Coaching Culture
There’s a stark difference in employee expectations today and only 10 years ago. For example, employees don’t respond well to having a manager bossing them around. On the contrary, they respond to leaders who work by their side, helping them grow in their career.
To build a coaching culture, leaders at all levels need strong coaching skills. Our high-impact leadership development program will help your leaders discover the secrets of becoming a great coach.
Personal Coaching for Your Leaders
In our most recent Global Leadership Forecast, 63% of frontline leaders told us they want coaching from external mentors. Namely, they want coaching from someone outside their organization. They crave outside perspective to guide them through the major challenges that come with having success measured by the performance of others. Consequently, without great coaching, leaders become jaded and employee engagement suffers.
Our CoachLinkSM virtual coaching service connects leaders with a dedicated, experienced leadership coach. Specifically, it connects them with a mentor who meets with them for coaching sessions designed to boost their strengths and close gaps in their skills.
Focused Coaching at the Very Top
Creating a culture of leadership coaching is only successful if it starts at the top. The best executives can struggle, even the ones who seem to have it all together. As a result, this creates a chain of strife down the corporate ladder.
Our executive coaches have decades of experience working with the C-suite. They deliver authenticity, honest feedback, and candid perspective to drive performance.
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