Perhaps the single most overlooked skill set of being a leader is coaching and mentoring.
Somehow the ever-present fires, meetings and management tasks always seem to take precedence over people development and building bench strength on a team. It’s not that leaders feel that developing talent is unimportant. Instead, it is the one skill set that is typically outside their comfort zones. Thus it constantly gets shuffled to the back burner.
Unfortunately, this critical gap creates a multitude of organizational challenges. The vast majority of employee-related issues have a coaching and mentoring component. Effective coaching and mentoring have been proven to:
Decrease employee turnover
Increase employee engagement
Increase the effectiveness and impact of the skill-based offered by the organization
Increase employee adaptability and resilience
Increase speed to performance of new employees
Leaders across various industries and organizational levels have successfully implemented this process, achieving tangible results such as improved succession planning, accelerated development of high-potential employees, faster onboarding of new hires, and reduced turnover among key personnel. Whether the goal is to enhance leadership effectiveness, foster employee growth, or mitigate talent attrition, "Leading with Motivational Intelligence™ 2: Taking Your MQ to the Next Level" offers valuable insights and strategies to drive meaningful change and achieve sustainable success.
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“Thank you again for facilitating the training so effectively. The preparation you did really paid off and of course, your presentation style makes all the difference. You kept us totally engaged for the entire day and a half. Everyone was truly moved both professionally and personally, and all said they feel better prepared to attain success this year and in the future."
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