True leaders don't create followers. They create more leaders.
What’s the difference between a good leader and great one? Their ability to coach.
Organizations today strive to develop leaders who are effective coaches, and build a coaching culture that forges a pipeline of new, innovative leaders.
“Coaching is the universal language of change and learning.”
Executives agree that developing leaders as coaches is a critical strategy to improving that performance, yet most report that training leaders to be effective coaches was their greatest challenge.
Creating leaders who are good coaches doesn’t happen by chance. Which is why we put coaching at the forefront of our leadership development curriculum. We help leaders hone the skills that bring out the best in their employees – teaching them how to inspire curiosity, encourage exploring alternatives, and cultivate risk taking.