Educating both parties about the purpose and process involved in the use of a new skill or practice will increase the likelihood of its success. The leader who is using the new skill will have more confidence through knowing that their team members understand what they are looking to do, and are clear on their role in the process and therefore less likely to resist its introduction.
A reminder of the benefits that can come from a professional coaching intervention.
It takes effort to make time for coaching. However the benefits more than justify the investment in time and energy. Here is a reminder of what you gain as a leader if you make time to coach your people and encourage them to come up with their own solutions.
The benefit of taking a ‘slow’ approach to development involving spaced education events and time and support to put things into practice.
The benefit of spending time ‘being’ with each other as opposed to ‘doing’ things together. How this can forge deeper and more meaningful relationships.