It is well established that organisational effectiveness is a function of shared vision across the organisation and positively aligned roles of all employess. Managers lead this matching of roles with organisational goals, strategies, objectives and outputs.
One of the key roles of a manager is to ensure that everyone knows and understands the destination. Effective managers, accordingly, set mutually agreed objectives and engage with the employess to jointly assess their performance against the set objectives and expectations. The idea is to secure higher employee role effectiveness.
In rendering the coaching function, managers make use of best practices, research, tools and relevant models. With effective coaching, role expectations are productively aligned with performance and accountability.
We, at RBHR Consulting, help the build up and maintenance of learning and acquring skills in securing an action-oriented management coaching framework.