Coaching has become increasingly popular in recent years. This is due greatly to the realisation by businesses that it can offer a great deal of reward, for a relatively small investment. It’s likely that your organisation already utilises coaching to some extent. Afterall, according to research conducted by the Institute of Leadership and Management, 80% of organisations have used or are using coaching.
However, there’s a big difference between utilising coaching to some extent and building a coaching culture in an organisation. Coaching happens naturally within an organisation that has fully adopted a coaching culture. It contributes to building better leaders and managers, as well as improving employee engagement, both of which result in high-performing teams. Some other benefits that building a coaching culture can offer are:
- Increased confidence
- Improved self-awareness
- Improved business knowledge and skills
- Better communication
- Better conflict resolution
- More effective leaders and managers
With these benefits in mind, the big question is; how can you move from using coaching as a tool, to fully adopting a coaching culture in your organisation? We’ve put together a free eBook that addresses this topic; 4 Steps to Building a Coaching Culture in Your Organisation. You can download it by following the link below.