The organizational behavior chosen for this project is Leadership Coaching as this has become a policy matter for Sulfates Inc the industrial company, where our group member Christian Gray works. The company has embarked upon a journey to encourage its staff to develop solid leadership skills for its employees.
This project focuses on analysis Leadership Coaching as positive tool to encourage Sulfate Inc’s employees to develop leadership skills to their maximum potential and to further advance on their own professional development. Developing leadership skills can improve Sulfate Inc’s employee’s performance and the company’s potential to grow as a business.
Nowadays, business organizations are exploring the field of Leadership Coaching in order to implement different methods of personal or human resource development. It is common to see, inside the firms, a constant practice of coaching as the act of providing positive support and positive feedback. The main purpose is to offer advice to an individual or group so as to help them recognize ways in which they can improve the effectiveness of their performance.
Leadership Coaching is considered as an exceptional way to attain a certain work behavior that will improve leadership, employee responsibility, teamwork, sales, communication, goal setting, strategic management and more. It is used not only in businesses which are perceived to have bad performance but also in organizations which are successful. Inside the firms the coaches often specialize in different practice areas such as executive coaching, corporate coaching and leadership coaching.
Coaching can be provided in different ways, such as one-on-one, group coaching sessions and in large scale organizations. Coaching is not a practice restricted to external professionals; many organizations expect their senior leaders and middle managers to coach their team members toward higher levels of