The better the leader is at coaching - the more committed employees are
In March 2015, HBR released some astounding results about the importance of coaching skills in managers.
These conclusions come from evaluating nearly a quarter of a million subordinates’ ratings of their managers.
When a manager has ‘very strong’ coaching skills, the percentage of highly committed employees was 67%. If employees think their manager ‘needs improvement’ with coaching, the % of highly committed employees was only 2%.
‘To say the better a boss is at coaching, the more committed the subordinates is a wild understatement, as the relationship goes beyond linear to exponential:’
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