Many leaders get stuck in a “best practices bottleneck” when they try to follow generic expert advice on how to do something. Instead, try a more agile approach and keep experimenting until you figure out what is best for your customer and business.
If you are working in a technology company or fast-paced startup, you are likely working with young and inexperienced managers who are facing new challenges and needing development in key areas of their jobs. There are also many more reasons why coaching makes sense and can save your company money.
In this post, we’ll explore why investing in coaching your new and emerging executives will reduce attrition, increase performance, and improve morale.
Life is always changing but some part of the reptilian brain craves consistency, and we are (sometimes unconsciously) creating habits that can have two undesired effects. First, we can become resistant to change as it feels like the uncomfortable enemy forcing us to do something less certain and predictable. Second, we become less conscious as our subconscious brain takes over and performs on autopilot, so we therefore inject less creativity and inspiration in stale repetitive projects or tasks.