Executive Coaching

6 Reasons to Take a Strengths-Based Approach to Leadership Development

6 Reasons to Take a Strengths-Based Approach to Leadership Development

I have long been a proponent of a strengths-based approach to developing people, both in work and in life. Though, it wasn’t until I endeavored into executive coaching years ago that I realized my approach to leadership development, coaching youth sports, and mentoring more junior staff was rooted in strengths. This article highlights 6 benefits of taking a strengths-based approach to developing leaders.

5 Tips to Help Leaders Become Coaches to Their Teams

5 Tips to Help Leaders Become Coaches to Their Teams

The most successful leaders tend to be decisive, strategic, innovative, and experts in key domains required of their industry.However, the best leaders also understand they cannot do it all alone. In particular, we often overlook the ability of a leader to act as a coach to their team members. In fact, developing your team may be the single most important thing a leader does.