Looking to the Future

Moving forward, more organizations will likely want to create coaching cultures. There is an energy in those organizations that is palpable and inviting. These are organizations where people “see” one another and individuals know they matter. Learning and practicing the necessary skill sets of dialogue, openness, perspective taking, accountability, mutual support, and continuous improvement—whether in a brick and mortar or virtual organization—is the price of entry, and once admitted, most individuals embrace the opportunities provided. People want to take part, experience the interesting, be heard, feel acknowledged and supported, and grow and contribute. This is a human need. And it is met in coaching organizations. ...

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