Creating a Coaching Culture

Coaching is a business process just like project management, Agile, Waterfall, Six Sigma, etc. To have a Coaching Culture, everyone has to remain in the coaching conversation.

Our Coaching Culture Solution is a unique mix of training, coaching and consulting. A Coaching Culture is a common mindset of what is possible – not what is broken. In our management training courses we promote a Coaching Culture through continuous, neutral dialogue among your staff that helps your team identify your present situation, articulate the ideal outcome, and close the gap between the two. It is a new way of thinking that positively impacts the entire organization, each department and every individual. It helps everyone see clearly where you are as a team, how to achieve your collective goals, and what each person’s essential contributions are to get to the end goal. A Coaching Culture encourages each team member to continuously stay in the conversation and create forward momentum.

Why Companies are Creating Coaching Cultures

The foundation for a Coaching Culture includes two things:

  1. A common process
  2. A common language.

In turn, these two elements create common expectations. As your organization implements a Coaching Culture, you will start to hear people referring to parts of the process and using common terms in their daily conversations. In this way, a Coaching Culture takes the guesswork out of communicating in the workplace.

If the goal is transformative change, a Coaching Culture is essential. And for a Coaching Culture to truly work, it is essential for everyone to work from the same framework and processes. Beyond that, a Coaching Culture requires that all involved fully participate. Your leaders, managers and their employees develop the skills to make this possible.

  • With a Coaching Culture, there is a common mindset of continuous growth and development. This dialogue increases and focuses communication and creates a culture of collaboration rather than command and control style of management.
  • Accountability becomes possible and even prevalent because the focus is on what is working versus what is wrong.

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