Peer-to-peer leadership coaching has challenged my approach to decision making. Getting many different perspectives might seem time-consuming but it has improved the team’s ability to get more creative and effective solutions to many of the entrenched cultural problems we were trying to solve.
It encourages others to be more forthcoming with their views. This has improved our motivation and commitment to the achievement of agreed goals. I have observed a more energised and engaged team since utilising this approach.
JOHN HALPIN // TACONIC
Peer-to-peer coaching is helping us have more honest and open conversations, which leads to greater clarity around issues. This in turn binds the team in a way that leads to greater action and the implementation of decisions.
THE NATIONAL CHEMICAL COMPANY
Stepping out of the operational issues that consume time and energy gives the team more time to reflect. It also leads to more direct conversations as well as improving self-awareness around how we each contribute to both the problems and the solutions.
The trust created helps team members get to the core of an issue quicker. This helps the management team and direct reports handle greater volumes of output with a reduced cost. As a result sales and profit have improved much more than expected.
KLASSMAN - DEILMANN
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