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A Coach's Guide to Developing Exemplary Leaders: Making the Most of The Leadership Challenge and the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) by Elaine Biech, Barry Z. Posner, James M. Kouzes

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Chapter 5. COACHING TO ENABLE OTHERS TO ACT

In This Chapter

  • Review the Enable Other to Act practice.

  • List the corresponding commitments.

  • Identify the six LPI items that reference this practice.

  • Examine potential questions and activities a coach could use.

  • Provide additional resources.

  • Consider how the coach could model this practice.

Exemplary leaders know that those who are expected to produce the results must feel a sense of personal power and ownership. Leaders understand that to create a climate that enables others they need to determine what the group needs in order to do its work and to build the team around common purpose and mutual respect. When leaders Enable Others to Act, they plan how to Foster Collaboration and proactively identify ways ...

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