Build a Coaching Culture
Building a coaching culture takes serious skill
To stay competitive, you need your employees to constantly learn and improve. How do you get there? Build a coaching culture.
A coaching culture is an environment where people feel comfortable asking questions and sharing candid feedback. There’s no shame in not knowing something, but there’s ample opportunity to learn. And most of all, anyone can be a coach, whether it’s a peer, direct boss, or even a senior leader.
Ready to get started creating a coaching culture? Our proven leadership development program will help you quickly develop the skills your leaders need.
How Our Clients Benefit from a Strong Coaching Culture
85% of leaders rate as effective coaches after DDI trainingDDI, Research on the ROI of Leadership Development, 2017
Leaders indicate a 62% improvement in their coaching skills after attending DDI’s programsDDI, Research on the ROI of Leadership Development, 2017
Direct reports observe a 40% improvement in their manager’s use of effective coaching within 3 months of completing DDI’s programsDDI Data from Impact Evaluation Research
Develop Coaching Skills for All Leaders
DDI’s Build a Coaching Culture program develops leaders’ skills so they can support others in finding success. Leaders will learn how to:
- Recognize and nurture the potential in others to grow and change
- Adopt a growth mindset
- Build trust in their coaching relationships
- Give productive feedback
- Ask questions, connect at a human level, and energize people to take action
The result is an environment where people feel empowered to share their ideas, strive for better performance, and take on new challenges. Why? Because their leaders are supporting them every step of the way.
Begin a Learning Journey to Build Coaching Skills
You can’t build a coaching culture with just a few leaders who excel at it. You need your leaders to share a common understanding of coaching, and how to apply it. It’s the only way to shift the environment.
DDI’s coaching program includes:
- A self-assessment to reflect on strengths and gaps
- High-impact workshops focused on communication, coaching, and feedback
- Short digital experiences to dive deeper into coaching skills
- On-demand tools to help them plan and practice coaching conversations
- Flexible options to adapt coaching models
By the end, it won’t just be your leaders who have changed. Their teams will be learning and growing alongside them, thanks to the coaching they received.
Building an employee coaching culture begins with understanding what kind of coaching leaders need—and, even more importantly, from whom.BLOG
The 4 Types of Employee Coaching Everyone Needs
This report is the world’s largest research study of its kind proving the ROI of leadership development.RESEARCH
Research on the ROI of Leadership Development