It always feels like the holidays show up out of nowhere, rolling down the hill as if they are a giant snowball at the speed of light. Before we know it, we’re knee deep in snow and belly deep in cookies and eggnog. This fevered pace is reflected in our workplaces too.
Interviews are not easy. For a candidate, they are stressful and filled with maddeningly pointless questions. For the interviewer, they can be so rote it’s impossible to remember which question goes with which candidate and can be tough to keep everyone’s names straight!
The ability to develop leaders is one of the key aspects of a company’s growth. For some, it’s their entire growth process. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is a prime example of this as they only promote from within. In their business development, if their training and coaching fails, so does the entire company. Raising up and developing more leaders is a key aspect to Enterprise’s business model but they shouldn’t be the only company to do so. Here are three reasons why coaching should be a priority in every organization.