Great leaders are almost always great learners. They dedicate themselves to self-mastery over the entirety of their careers.
But. They are often unable to see just how exceptional they are in leadership: setting context, influencing and weaving coalitions, building teams that execute with precision and timeliness, connecting team members to contribution, getting the best from others, building cohesion rather than divisiveness, inspiring people to come along, and seeing and knowing their people, as examples.
And therefore it can be difficult to teach it to others.
It’s true that leaders are always teaching by virtue of the fact that others are always watching.
But they also teach through active coaching.
By knowing how to develop leadership capacities in rising leaders in a way that’s authentic to them.
Which is why the coach needs a coach.
Are you investing in developing the people who are developing your people?
The topic of Coaching and Mentoring Team Members was so popular on the survey that went out to members of the Magnificent Leadership® Executive Forum, that we’re putting in rotation for discussion in this year’s new season of The Forum, which begins on October 13th. You won’t find a better learning ecosystem for leaders. At least that’s what members tell me. Go here to learn more about annual membership privileges and to apply or email me directly: email@example.com
And for more on working with me directly on coaching the coach or other ways to elevate your leadership capacity, go here to learn about some of the ways we can work together.