Discover why companies with a coaching culture outperform the rest.

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Research shows most employees aren't engaged at work. They need to feel valued, included, challenged and engaged — not just managed, directed and told what to do.

For many organizations, this means it’s time for a cultural shift and for you to stop seeing yourself as a manager of people and start seeing yourself as a Coaching Leader.

In the Guide to Coaching Leadership, you'll learn:

  • What employees need to be fully engaged at work
  • Key characteristics and commitments of a Coaching Leader
  • How to become a more effective communicator 
  • Tips for giving powerful feedback
  • Practical systems to consistently coach and develop your people

In the Guide to Building a Coaching Culture, you'll learn:

  • Why companies with a coaching culture are seeing higher engagement, retention and performance
  • The five key steps to develop a culture of coaching in your organization
  • How to cast a vision and assess current reality for your culture
  • Specific steps, programs and initiatives to equip your efforts 
  • How to drive lasting change with a sustainable and scalable structure
Fill out the form on this page to download both the Guide to Building a Coaching Culture  and a Guide to Coaching Leadership.