Economically speaking, 2020 has been the most challenging in over two decades. Uncertainty and instability brought about by constant changes, restructuring, downsizing, working remotely, the pandemic, and work mobility, have all had an impact on productivity, profitability and employee morale.
When finances are limited and people at their lowest on morale and engagement, companies tend to stop investing in their people, leading to a further downward spiral, with many businesses not surviving the difficult times. It is these challenging times though, that are best for an organisation to focus on its greatest asset - its people.
A coaching culture enables sharing, learning and being solution focused. It allows for innovation and risk taking, with leaders believing that people have the solutions to improve the business. It grows a culture that is resilient and agile, that can weather any storm and manage any cataclysms in the future.
How can creating a coaching culture support your business now, in this challenging period and into the future? Read more ...