Many leaders believe the best way to improve and grow is to undergo manager training. But the most effective route is to actually teach managers how to coach. We train leaders how to encourage and challenge team members to “play” their best. This simple shift in mentality creates a more productive, cohesive team that works together and out-performs the competition.
Our research shows that more than 90% of those in a leadership role believe the performance of a team reflects how that team is coached. However, most research and studies are focused on understanding the behaviors of those being coached – the team members, not the coaches themselves. In our most recent white paper – Hidden Performance Metrics That Leaders Don’t Know Exist – we identify the two ways to obtain the right data regarding the quality and quantity of coaching, and we provide you data-driven insights that will lead your team to maximum performance.