When we think of the most important qualities every manager should possess, the first to come to mind might be innovative, empathetic or motivating. Google, on the other hand – known for its people-centric approach to creating a successful
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Thabiso Baloyi works with Awakening Excellence and specialises in coaching for business, career and personal empowerment and growth. Prior to the pandemic, coaches and their clients would engage predominately on a face-to-face basis. Much like any other skills development
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One of the fastest growing industries in the world, coaching is embedding itself as a widespread development tool.
The shift over the last century from agriculture to manufacturing with specialisation of labour being the predominant business operating model, an authoritarian style of management was prevalent.
Globalisation of business, flatter, leaner organisations, rapidly changing business, restructuring, cost-cutting strategies and the inadequacy of training on its own have been some of the driving forces behind the greater need for coaching.