This paper finds that coaching is a powerful managerial tool. Organizations can develop and facilitate the appropriate culture, training, and support that managers need to adopt the coaching behaviors that will make them more effective.
A key component of successful working relationships between leaders and followers, trust enables cooperation, encourages information sharing, and increases openness and mutual acceptance
The Millennial Generation (born 1981-1995) is 76 million strong, and comprise 36% of today’s workforce, growing to 46% by 2020. Managers who learn how to inspire Millennials to contribute their talents could far outperform their competitors.
KEN BLANCHARDDREA ZIGARMIPATRICIA ZIGARMI
LEADERSHIP AND THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER
KEN BLANCHARDSUSAN FOWLERLAURENCE HAWKINS
SELF LEADERSHIP AND THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER REVISED EDITION
KEN BLANCHARDSPENCER JOHNSON
THE NEW ONE MINUTE MANAGER
There are two distinct categories of leaders as perceived by employees, says business author and management consultant Scott Blanchard.
“Employees perceive either that they have a good manager who has their back and is someone they can trust, or that they have a self-oriented leader who sees direct reports as less important, potentially interchangeable parts.” EXPLORE JULY ISSUE