When you think of the term ‘Leadership Coaching’ or ‘Executive Coaching’, what comes to mind? You might be surprised to learn that employees at all levels can benefit from this support. How can Coaching help your organization? Here are three ways that this collaborative partnership may just contribute to your organization’s bottom line:
- Retain Top Talent. Providing opportunities like coaching for professional development and growth is one of the many important means to retain top talent. As every HR professional is aware, investing in your people reduces turnover, enhances engagement, and increases retention. Your employees will know you are investing in their development, career, and future. It will help them see the potential for themselves and as part of your organization long-term.
- Create a Strong Talent Pipeline. We are all familiar with “the great resignation” and now many C-suite leaders are resigning from their roles, leaving organizations scrambling to fill many key positions. Utilizing coaching as part of the succession planning process can help develop future leaders be ready for when those opportunities arise.
- Improve Performance. Successful employees at the mid management level require multifaceted skills now more than ever. They navigate complex relationships both up and down in the organizations they work for. Coaching provides the opportunity for leaders to build self-awareness, increase emotional intelligence, and gain feedback abilities that can boost team dynamics, improve communication, and contribute to the creation of a coaching culture within their organization.
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance.” – Tim Gallway
When you are looking to differentiate your organization from others in this competitive market, offering coaching as a leadership benefit is an attractive option to give you an edge in the marketplace. In fact, this Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation study found that 46% of companies reported higher revenue than those without strong coaching cultures in their workplace.
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You can also check out these recent Forbes articles on Five Reasons Why Leaders Need a Coach More Than Ever and How Executive Coaching for Leaders at Every Level Can Help Your Bottom Line.