There is a growing movement among organizations to cultivate a coaching culture, as more companies recognize the impact that this strategy has on organizational success. Traditionally, coaching has been reserved as a development tool for senior leaders, or as a solution to address underperforming individuals. Today it is not uncommon for an employee to have access to a coach at every stage of their career. Whether an organization’s preference is to utilize internal or external coach practitioners, skilled managers/leaders or a combination of multiple modalities, investing in coaching to develop talent and drive sustainable behavioral change is front and center for many.
Companies that have been successful in developing a strong coaching culture share 6 characteristics in common:
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