While more companies are embracing the theory that learning through coaching and making mistakes is the most beneficial way for employees to learn, some leaders still believe in running their organization according to a strict set of rules.
C-suite executives who haven’t experienced it themselves may be skeptical about the value of a coaching culture in helping teams develop skills and perform at a high level, but they often change their minds once they witness the benefits of adopting one.
Click to read the power of a coaching culture and the ways leaders can harness it to help develop high-performing teams.
Shane Green is a member of the Forbes Coaching Council, and President and Founder of SGE International.
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