Thursday Thoughts :Coaching Culture is Needed for Growth

Coaching Culture and Role of Coaching Leaders

After The Great Resignation trend became popular since the arrival of COVID, traditional workplace culture is being challenged. The organizations that still practice the un-updated culture risk their employees as to those which adapt to the future. According to Korn Ferry’s 2017 Talent Forecast survey, one major reason why great candidates chose a company was because of the culture.

Have you ever believed that you have more potential than your present level? If yes, why are you not able to harness it more often?

A great majority of senior executives think yes because of the scarcity of time and money. Coaching has proved to be one of the best solutions for all the foregoing problems. Practicing and supporting coaching culture has become the future and continues to bring laurels to organizations.

In the HCI – ICF 2014 Study, 60% of respondents from organizations with strong coaching cultures report their 2013 revenue to be above their peer group.

So What describes Coaching Culture actually…? Culture helps in cultivating positive attitude and growth mindset inside the organization. Coaching culture is firmly focused on building and empowering talent to deliver exact outcomes, strengthen leadership capacities, increase preservation and expand engagement. By adopting a coaching culture arena, we can create an environment of mental trust and balance that fosters transformation and growth.

How to infuse coaching culture is next question…There are various ways that an organization can use to adapt to a coaching environment like reaching out to external executives or level oriented approach. Though the detailed reach is unique to each team, some broad ways are:

  • Demonstrate, not insert – You can give various real-life examples of executives who significantly benefitted.
  • Coordinate it with development strategy and talent- you can start deploying coaching practices with seniors first, then reach the whole firm.
  • Engaging HR teams in coaching conversation skills- Opposing to popular belief, coaching is no just solely for development purposes it is also for everyday challenges. Make sure individuals know how to coach their people.

The stronger the coaching skills of your HR department, the more they can experience and exemplify the benefits. It’s time to take action.

Deloitte’s 5th 2017 Global Human Capital Trends Report highlighted 10 Human Capital Trends top of the list is Careers and Learning. The coaching culture is now being adopted by an increasing number of firms and the benefits are great.

  • Goal setting with a growth mindset – employees get the accountability and autonomy to set their own short goals that align with the motto. 
  • Promotes creativity and innovation – reaching out with an open mindset increases ideas.
  • analysis and solution at an individual level

Cited by Deloitte’s report, 83% of executives say it critical to “provide learning experiences that allow employees to build skills quickly and easily.”

As the problem has increased even more due to COVID new patterns for success have appeared. A coaching culture will improve not only the way employees interact but also the interactions with customers and potential clients.

EEW Coaching led by Coach Kishore Kapoor is providing right approach and outstanding solutions to the business owners and executives to learn the new culture. Lets create together a beautiful passionate innovative culture…together.