A 2017 study from Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation found that one in four organizations has a strong coaching culture, representing a nearly 50 percent increase from the findings in their 2016 study, which reported that 17 percent of organizations had such a culture. Organizations with a strong coaching culture have a larger percentage of highly engaged employees than other organizations (61 percent, compared with 53 percent).
After five years of stagnant engagement numbers, a spike results from regular performance conversations. When Mission Healths CEO, Ron Paulus, contacted the Marcus Buckingham Company (TMBC), an ADP company, in early 2015, Mission Health had been working to improve its employee engagement scores for nearly five years without seeing any significant results.
The results of LearnCores recent survey, Employee Engagement and the Link to Learning, made one thing clear: everyone wants to be better at doing their job. Great sales managers know highly engaged employees are more innovative and productive and that these factors contribute to bottom-line performance.
Coaching Employee Engagement Training is written for managers and other leaders who, regardless of their level of experience, wish to facilitate and support the development of truly engaged employees within their organization. Coaching Employee Engagement Training offers managers and leaders at every level of experience and organizational rank the tools needed to create and maintain a high degree of meaningful, organic employee engagement.