Many companies were headed for a record breaking 2020 with high revenues and significant growth projections. And then suddenly, their prospects shifted dramatically as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe.
Now leaders are left wondering, “What do I do about the goals I had set for my team? Do I try to hold them accountable or do I lower goals? If I change them, will people still be motivated?”
Sarah Wirth has over 20 years of experience in employee assessment, leadership development, sales executive coaching, and customer service. She's also the coauthor of the Best Selling Book, The Coaching Effect. Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn here.
Founded in 2008, the EcSell Institute is known as the only organization that measures the impact coaching effectiveness has on employee performance. Since then, EcSell has collected and researched almost 200,000 documented coaching interactions and works with a myriad of businesses, athletic teams, and school systems to ensure leaders, coaches, and teachers are receiving research-backed coaching data and improvement strategies to achieve maximum performance.