So what is the much talked Coaching Climate all about?

The new buzzword. Coaching Climate / Coaching Culture.  What is it?

The following are some of the characteristics one would find in an organization where a coaching climate is prevalant:

*** The interactions and conversations between executives at all levels are very different from the those companies without such an environment

*** The emphasis is on learning, development and growth

*** Instead of being reluctant to admit to something that did not go well, the exeutives are willing to “tell on themselves” suggest solutions, and share what they’ve learned.

*** Rather than people having the feeling of trying to defend their positions or laying the blame on others, executives take responsibility for their actions and seek to learn from others

*** The executives no longer shirk from challenging projects, instead they operate from a feeling of empowerment to step up, knowing that others will help them be successful.

*** Feedback is the backbone of such a culture, executives know just the right way to give it and more importantly they recieve it in a mature, responsible manner.

Does your company have a Coaching Climate? A climate which shouts “We” instead of “Me”!!

(This post contains excerpts from : Coaching in organizations authored by Madeline Homan and Linda J. Miller)


Author: Shalini Verma

Hi ! I am Shalini Verma and I help people to Achieve continuous inspiration and success , aid them to FREE energy from patterns and programmes that no longer serve them , partner with them to CREATE energy by putting into place regular work and life practices that are inspiring and sustaining and to MOBILIZE energy by taking intentional action into new oppurtunities and adventures . If you are ready to make inspiration and success your daily reality......then we are ready to go !

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