Enabling Success

Describes the shift towards proactive coaching – ie coaching for success. Adrian Starkey Proactive coaching can mean the difference between success and mere improvement. The key, as with most things, is timing Coaching skills are fundamental to a leader’s success and most organisations want to equip all their managers with at least basic coaching skills. Coaching in any organisation has one aim: to help the employee maximise their performance, and, longer term, their potential. However, to create a culture in which people learn from success, rather than failure, companies must learn to coach proactively rather than reactively. There is a […]

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