Coaching cultivates self-awareness, creates a safe space to build EQ skills and invests in the development of the whole person.
The largest driver of employee engagement in any organisation are those in a leadership position. Often promoted on the basis of their technical strengths, leaders rarely come fully-equipped to do the job. To lead others – and do it well – starts with who we are as people. We need to deeply explore human behaviour, not just technical skill. To understand our own drivers means considering the whole person, what and how we feel safe enough to advocate for others – as well as ourselves.
Leaders need coaches to continuously grow and develop, as employees and as people. This is the x-factor which is key to organisational retention and success. Research tells us that we are 3 times more likely to achieve personal insight and transformation when we are immersed in a space of supported growth, have goals and objectives to achieve, and the impetus to drive measurable change.