21 Jun Make time to ask the right coaching questions in your business
Make time to ask the right coaching questions in your business
You work with your team every day, every week – you know them well, and you know their strengths and weaknesses.
You know which members of your team have the skills and motivation to go further in your business – this is all good news for you.
So why not build your own coaching skills to have an even greater impact on those team members and on your business, every day and every week.
Developing your own coaching skills will help you develop your team’s knowledge, skills and motivation for the work they do. And a motivated and engaged team means more profit for your business!
In sport, we all know how important good coaches are to the success of any sports team or sportsperson. Alex Ferguson, Ivan Lendl, Dave Brailsford and many more have been lauded with praise for their achievements as coaches. A good coach is a major part of an athlete’s or a team’s success – they take on legendary status. Could you?
The answer is Yes, and the key to this Yes is questions – the right questions, asked at the right time.
Within your business, you already spend time asking questions of your team and listening to their responses.
These are two core coaching skills.
Yet they become so much more valuable when you apply strong and proven frameworks to help you and your team.
Click here to access our Business Bitesize library that includes our downloadable ” Coaching Counts ” report and discover what these proven frameworks are and how better questions can help you unlock the potential in your team and remove the barriers holding them back.