Did you have a favorite coach when you were younger? Were they your favorite because of the way they led you and your team through successes and failures? How they gave encouraging feedback? The trusting relationship you had? A good manager and employee relationship should mimic the investment your favorite coach had in you and your team.
According to a 2018 Workplace Learning Report, 94 percent of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in their career more. But your HR team probably doesn’t have the bandwidth to coach each employee. Turning your managers into coaches who can provide employees with support and give constructive feedback will help both individuals and the company succeed.
Join BizLibrary and BambooHR as they explain the importance of developing coaching skills in your managers, so you can retain your talent and lead your company to success.
Director of Human Resources at BambooHR
Cassie started her career in the accounting world but working with small and medium sized companies, the HR function was always handed to her. She loves the intersection of business and humans, and believes that when companies focus on the human aspect of their people, the people in turn focus on the business needs. She enjoys her work most when she can take her talents in data, processes, and human psychology to make someone's day better. She believes that strategy is accomplished in the details of how you manage the daily tactical items. A quick humor and a thoughtful, listening nature are the mark of her leadership style. She views her team as part of her family and enjoys working hard with them, while they all learn, grow, and execute on business-critical initiatives.
Sr. Director of People Operations & Culture at BizLibrary
Libby loves helping employees realize their maximum potential. Libby has over 25 years of experience in Education, Training, and Business Consultation, both in the Higher Education realm and the Business Sector. Building positive partnerships, solving business challenges creatively, and developing the strengths in others are what make Libby tick. She is a fervent writer, an experienced public speaker and is most passionate about life-long learning.