Business owners and executives will always find ways for a return on their investments.
And although most human resource practitioners recommend developing a coaching culture within an organization, there is concern about the costs and benefits that this would entail.
We asked Dino Badilla, a member of the International Coach Federation, to shed some light on this issue. Here are some of his thoughts:
Coaching in the workplace improves leadership development.
It also improves employee engagement, communication skills and teamwork in the company.
Businesses that value the importance of coaching have seen significant results in employee engagement and financial productivity.
Coaching in organizations are conducted in three ways:
It can also jump-start a coaching culture among employees.