Coaching Reasons

Coaching Reasons

  • Sharpening the leadership skills of high-potential individuals
  • Correcting management behavior problems such as poor communication skills, failure to develop subordinates, or indecisiveness
  • Ensuring the success, or decreasing the failure rate, of newly promoted managers
  • Correcting employee relations problems such as poor interpersonal skills, disorganization, demeaning or arrogant behavior
  • Providing the required management and leadership skills to technically oriented employees
  • A coaching program can be a desirable benefit that attracts employees who are interested in constant growth and improvement
  • Many executives and managers are attracted to the concept of having a personal coach. Coaching becomes a perk or benefit that may help recruit the executive who is considering multiple job offers


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