One way to describe coaching is the practice of helping others do three things: Make decisions, commit to actions, and deliver results. To me, the whole purpose of coaching is to support people in being accountable to themselves by doing these three things.
Across the country, employers are struggling to find enough workers to meet the needs of their businesses, and the issue isn’t just anecdotal and specific to a handful of vocal companies. “The economic data is fairly clear: employers are getting desperate for workers in the United States, writes Tom Spiggle in an article for Forbes. […]
None of us has had a normal year. The COVID-19 pandemic caught everyone by surprise and threw the entire world into upheaval. We’ve all had to adapt our work lives, our personal lives, and even our daily routines, like where we get our morning coffee.
Over the past 6 months, businesses have had to transform how and where people work at a pace none of us could have imagined just a year ago. As we shift from initial crisis to planning for the next normal, we have an opportunity to reshape a future that is closer to what we know […]
Millennials are no longer “taking over”; the majority of this generation is already in the workplace, and they’re here to stay. As Millennials get older, having meaningful learning opportunities to help improve their careers will make or break any employer trying to retain this talent pool.
The leadership development and coaching industries are undergoing a major transformation due to the dramatic shifts in remote workforce policies in response to COVID-19.
In a crisis, our attention tends to shift from the most common, everyday concern of needing approval to the more basic needs of security and control (water, food, shelter, etc.).
Low employee engagement is a persistent and damaging problem. Experts have identified many causes of disengagement. Some of those causes include a lack of financial wellness, difficulty navigating mental and physical health issues, no clear professional development path, stress in the workplace, and stress at home, to name just a few. What do all of […]
Part of having a successful organization requires a healthy coaching environment. There are many factors that go into creating a successful coaching program, including generational factors.
These days, we keep hearing about the disengaged workforce and the struggle to retain talent. Coupled with that, Millennials are a growing segment of the workforce (by 2025, they will represent 75% of the global workforce) and are more demanding when it comes to job satisfaction. They are looking for meaningful work, flexibility and autonomy, […]