Evolving a Coaching Culture

Culture eats strategy for breakfast. – Peter Drucker

Organisations are increasingly keen to reap the benefits that coaching can bring such as ownership, engagement and empowerment to name just a few.

Coaching cultures evolve when people managers at all levels adopt a coaching approach to managing others which means they regularly have coaching conversations, encourage feedback and focus on getting the best from others.

Many performance management frameworks encourage managers to use a coaching approach to enable the delivery of results as well as developing individuals.

Evolving a coaching culture requires people managers to change potentially established ways of doing things so that a coaching approach becomes the fundamental way of managing staff and doing business.

Adalta work with organisations to develop and implement a structured pathway of coaching development at all levels of the organisation to help evolve a coaching culture and embed coaching in performance management.

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