When we think about coaching employees, we often focus on how to coach an underperforming employee – not how to coach an employee who is performing well. It’s natural. The employee whose negative attitude needs addressing or the employee who habitually makes mistakes is the one who attracts our attention. We channel our coaching toward team members who seem to be struggling because it feels urgent to address and solve… But often we forget how to coach an employee who is performing well, in the process. Click HERE
to learn about the three areas to focus when coaching an employee who is performing well.