Let me be very clear: I am no oracle. I can confidently say that in 2021, Group Coaching will be making HR Departments rework their Talent Development strategy. Not rethink. Rework. The benefits are clear, and the timing is perfect. Here’s why it makes sense.
Employees Are Searching For Reasons To Be Engaged
This is super simple. Left to their own (electronic) devices, people are having a hard time connecting to each other. We’ve all tried to do the virtual Wednesday Wine nights and found that it’s impossible to have a flowing conversation the way we used to. It makes sense. We aren’t living like we used to.
We’re all searching for ways to operate as our best selves, and what better way to do that than to experience growth together? Let’s be honest, living in a pandemic can be — well, stressful. That’s why now is the time to create a space for your teams to be themselves, and focus on their own growth in a safe and secure setting. Group coaching fills that need.
Companies Are Learning To Leverage Their Global Talent Pool
Sure, we’re no strangers to having EMEA and APAC teams on our calls right now. Ask yourself this, though — how many of those people that you interact with globally might as well be strangers? People are failing to develop meaningful connections with global teams, and it’s to everyone’s detriment. This needs to change.
If we are truly serious about developing talent for global needs, we have to be serious about connecting globally. It’s better to have global teams than it is to have teams around the globe. The beauty of people lies in their differences, and to exchange culture, knowledge, and experiences enrich everyone. It’s time we maximized this exchange of differences.
We All Are Transforming How We Do Business At An Unprecedented Rate
Did you ever think that, at the start of 2020, your organization would be able to adapt to the work and environment that you are doing right now? Change is the only identifiable constant in our work environment today, and change requires adaptation from all of us. How HR is adapting to developing talent in this environment is crucial.
If we develop today’s workers with yesterday’s methods, we will fail.
This new generation of talent, who is driving a surge of digital fluency into our virtual environment, is hungry to grow. We all know how often young talent hops around, and it’s time we give them a reason to stay.
It’s time to make investing in your talent a strategic priority.
So. I analyzed some things, which is all well and good. How, though, does Group Coaching fit? Read on, you curious human!
Group Coaching, specifically the proprietary method that we use at Ei, is focused on engaging employees over an extended period of time to develop with their teammates and their managers. We believe in unlocking human potential at any level of an organization, and we do this by empowering customers to drive impact that is tethered to their strategic priorities. And yes, that includes making it affordable.
Look. If you want to tweak yesterday’s Talent Development plans to fit your needs today, you will continue to solve yesterday’s problems.
Here at Ei, we’re solving tomorrow’s problems today, with the power of Group Coaching fueling solutions that make the meaningful, results-driven change in organizations just like yours. If you’re curious as to what this might look like at your organization, feel free to contact us. We’re passionate about what we do, and would love to understand what you’re looking for in your Talent Development strategy.
Nishika de Rosairo | CEO & Founder
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