Picture the best manager you ever had. He or she saw potential in you … cared about you as a person … gave you consistent feedback ... and empowered you to move to the next level.
New research shows that this coaching style is the absolute most effective method of management—in terms of both employee performance AND retention.
"Command and control" management is out. Today's workplace requires managers who engage, inspire and provide regular feedback—not just tell employees what to do. You guide, support and encourage, rather than direct, control and coerce. Employees feel more supported and valued.
Our changing workplace requires a more collaborative coaching approach. Shifting from managing to coaching will result in employees who are more engaged, are more accountable, perform better, think more dynamically—and who will stick around a lot longer.
On March 3, gather your supervisors for this groundbreaking webinar to help turn your managers into a team of super coaches.