Leadership Executive Coaching Toward a Culture of High Performance |
In today’s culture of innovation, those who generate new ideas and strategies and visualize possibilities are encouraged and rewarded. However, there is another side to a culture of innovation that is often overlooked. Equally important is distinguishing which new ideas are “right” and seeing them through to full-scale implementation requires visionary foresight, execution, discipline and perseverance. Those are high expectations, but they’re also achievable with strategic coaching.
An environment that leads to high productivity needs a sense of purpose, vision and mission; a culture of trust, mutual respect and commitment; ongoing training and development, just to name a few. They’re all important, but the training backs up all the others.
A business coaching model helps good managers to be even better and, accordingly, for good companies to be better, too. The acronym T.O.P.I.C. describes the structure that can be used to coach people to apply their talent in the most productive way.
Building a high performing team is not just about shared experiences.
Yes, attendance at workshops and experiential activities often create an increased sense of closeness. You get to know others on a more personal level and that helps foster a willingness to work together. But this doesn't mean you'll be much more effective back at the office. Think back about the teams you have been a part of and see if any or all of these Top 10 performance measures were present and how you can expand them to your team today.