The Leader as Coach – affecting organisational success and growth from a place of curiosity and empathy
Do you want to be a really effective leader? Not only do you need to learn how to communicate well and help others to get results, you need to guide, encourage and inspire others to reach their full potential.
Developing the ability of holding effective conversations will give you the skills to empower others to develop themselves as leaders, encouraging independent problem-solving, recognising opportunities and ultimately improving performance.
This article describes how this can be achieved by all leaders that develop coaching skills, and practice those skills with curiosity and empathy, resulting in increasingly higher levels of employee engagement, motivation and efficiency.
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