Rethinking the role of Manager

Managing or Coaching, what you should be doing as a Leader.

Josh D. Ether

10/3/20221 min read

In recent years, there has been a shift from the traditional management style of organizations to a more coaching-oriented approach. This shift is based on the belief that coaching can lead to improved performance and results for individuals and teams within organizations. When done correctly, coaching can help employees to develop new skills, overcome challenges, and reach their full potential.There are several reasons why this shift from management to coaching is taking place in organizations.

First, the traditional management style is no longer as effective as it once was. With the changing nature of work and the increasing complexity of businesses, the top-down approach of management is no longer sufficient to meet the needs of today’s organizations.

Second, coaching-based approaches have been shown to be more effective in improving performance and results. Studies have shown that coaching can lead to better employee engagement, higher levels of job satisfaction, and improved productivity.

Third, coaching provides a more tailored approach to development than traditional management styles. Everyone has different needs and learning styles, so a one-size-fits-all approach to development is no longer effective. Coaching provides a more personalized approach that takes into account the individual needs of each employee.

Finally, coaching is more aligned with the modern workplace. The workplace is becoming increasingly Fast paced, globalized, and complex. In this environment, employees need to be able to adapt quickly and effectively to change. Coaching helps employees develop the flexibility and agility they need to be successful in this rapidly changing world.