Coaching is revealing to a person the best version of themselves. Once they see that, they own it and are accountable for themselves and their actions.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Having a coaching culture starts in the recruiting process. It has to be a leadership philosophy in the organization.
- Once we coach someone and they see the best version of themselves, they get a taste of what’s possible. Then it’s theirs. They own it and they are accountable.
- To hold people accountable, you must meet with them consistently and review performance. Performance outcomes are evidence for successes and opportunities for growth.
- With well communicated expectations, KPI and performance goals, accountability is easy.
- Without coaching, employees aren’t invested in their own performance, and this why your company is losing revenue – losing money by the buckets – if you’re not coaching people.
Featured on the Show and Other Notes:
- Coming soon we’ll have a webinar about why it’s so hard for managers to hold people accountable. Go to TheManagerFormula.com to get on my list for information about that.
- Brooke Castillo and the Thought Model.
- TheManagerFormula enrollment opens again in a few weeks. I do this type of coaching one on one or as a team. For teams, we have a coaching program for four or more people. In that, you can have a designated trainer, and I work with those people in addition to the managers.
- Join me in my Facebook group called How to Lead.
- Email me with questions or suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org