The power of the coaching process provides clarity, accelerates development, engages people into their future, defines and aligns behaviors and actions. It’s the actions that produce the new results and the new acquired outcomes. Change the behavior, you change the results. Coaching is all about organizational results.
You’re going to want to use the coach approach for situations like significant changes and strategies and corporate direction, reorganizations, and restructuring, when you’re the new leader, during mergers and acquisitions, or when a company’s performance is not what it used to be.
Go ahead take a course. Come back to coaching to grow your competence. If you need a skill take a course. Have a great time. Come back to coaching after that because what a coach can do is help you to assimilate that skill into your new set of behaviors, into a new set of actions that’ll drive the results that you want. That’s when coaching really plays well.
Successful organizations use coaching beyond the one-to-one and into the one-to-many. Implementing a coaching approach to changing and transforming and aligning organizations is very, very doable, and for successful companies, is their competitive edge. The coach approach is brilliant in unearthing these hidden behaviors and allowing the group to decide what is working and which behaviors are not working. And remember the food chain. It’s the behaviors we have that culminate in a set of actions, and it’s those actions that drive results.
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