Three things a manager needs to coach

Three things a manager needs to coach:

  1. Establish expectations
  2. Continually coach
  3. Create accountability
  1. Establish expectations

According to Gallup, employees whose manager involves them in setting goals is four times more likely to be engaged. But only 30% of employees ever get this opportunity.

  1. Continually coach

Employees are three times more likely to be engaged if they get daily feedback than annual feedback.

  1. Create accountability

Metrics are needed.

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(data from It’s the Manager book by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter) 

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