Category: Leadership

What we do (and don’t) know about the factors linked to workplace coaching success

Key points Coach-client trust, coaching motivation, and client self-efficacy are most consistently linked with workplace coaching success in current empirical research on coaching. The influence of feedback, coach-client similarity, and supervisor support is less clear. In addition to external research, people designing workplace coaching programs may want to look to organizational sources of evidence to
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Trust in Leadership – One Key Factor During Organizational Change

Key Points – Employees who trust their leaders may feel more committed, more satisfied, and more likely to stay – Trust in leadership helps organizational change because it can create a collaborative environment where people share their knowledge – Leaders can build trust by making processes fair and transparent, treating people equally, and allocating resources
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Managers… How Much Justice Is Enough?

In 2013, Colquitt et al. published a colossal meta-analysis pooling results from 413 scientific studies which investigated to what extent employee perceptions of justice in managerial behavior are associated with higher employee performance. The type of research studies included allows us to conclude if there is a positive relationship between perceptions of justice and performance.
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