Coaching · The #1 job of leaders is to execute business strategies through others.

Coaching employees in the workplace is essential to maximizing organizational and individual success. When employee coaching goes beyond a routine or annual event, it represents a powerful way to help employees achieve peak performance, innovate and show up each day excited about their work and their organization.

Leaders who are coaching employees in the workplace can effectively develop and engage every employee in ways that organizational initiatives cannot. This ability is becoming more important as many organizations move away from traditional ‘rank and rate’ approaches to performance management and rely more extensively on a manager’s ability to connect with and fully engage each team member.

Yet our research indicates that organizations and leaders worldwide struggle to reap the rewards that everyday coaching promises. Our findings from research reports, like The Coaching Conundrum Report 2016, also indicate that each employee defines “good coaching” differently. That means successful employee coaching in the workplace depends on the ability of leaders at all levels to determine what kind of coaching each of their team members needs. Once they do, the leaders can apply their everyday coaching skills and tools strategically, efficiently and effectively. This is where our employee mentoring programs can help.

How We Can Help

Our experienced consultants understand what the best coaches do to keep their employees engaged. They are experienced in helping high-performance organizations establish and sustain employee mentoring programs and cultures of coaching. They can get to the heart of your challenges and help you implement tools and processes for effective coaching in the workplace, including: