Any team worth its weight develops from strong coaching. About 72 percent of the 191 organizations surveyed in Brandon Hall Group’s Team Development and Performance Study said team performance has an extremely positive impact on overall productivity. And who doesn’t want to increase their organization’s productivity? A recent Gallup study revealed 3 tips for developing a top-performing team through leadership coaching, so you can have confidence in your coaching performance and, thereby, your team’s performance.
- Promote communication at every level. Your team should take advantage of the convenience of keeping open lines of communication throughout all levels and departments. Coach them on following your lead when it comes to open communication.
- Remember that growth leads to growth. Your leadership coaching style should provide learning opportunities, development, and training to your team to give them a competitive advantage and motivation to perform exceptionally.
- Make sure your leadership coaching can convince your team to create organization-wide buy-in. If your coaching can convince your employees of the company vision, you can almost guarantee their involvement and support to help accomplish that vision.
Sometimes, all it takes is a leadership coaching on your part to develop a top-performing team.