Leaders facilitate productive work environments by asking effective questions of their team. Though many see leadership as having all the answers, this is a misconception. Establish a culture of coaching with your team by letting your actions and words mimic coaching practices. Begin with speaking the language of coaching by asking thoughtful questions of your team without providing the answers. This shift in culture begins at the top levels of leadership. Leaders who participate in coaching can more easily demonstrate this coaching culture to their team. In order to successfully implement a coaching culture, time must be dedicated to the development needs of your leaders and team. Utilize skilled leadership coaches in your organization to train on these useful coaching techniques.
Don’t Give Answers
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