A Case For Coaching: Growing Leaders & Creating a Culture of Development
By Pam McLean, Ph.D.

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Culture shapes behaviors inside the organization and a coaching culture is one deliberately focused on growing and nurturing talent in order to deliver key results, strengthen leadership capacities, increase retention and deepen engagement. A culture that has cultivated a coaching approach to development often demonstrates some of the following characteristics:

• Giving and receiving feedback in the service of being at one’s best
• Focusing on opportunities to help members of one’s team grow
• Operating in teams with clear goals and roles
• Developing others when it matters most
• Asking and empowering more than telling and fixing

When coaching is embedded through all levels of an organization it becomes the predominant approach to working and leading together with a goal of building a best-in-class organization by building great leaders.

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