In my business experience, coaching an employee is a great way to help them work smart, not hard. As a result, individual performance improves, positively affecting the organization’s productivity. Coaching an employee also improves relationships at the workplace. This promotes teamwork that keeps the organizational goal alive.
How Are Coaching and Managing Different/Similar?
In managing, most communication is one-way, from employer or supervisor to the employee while coaching works on a two-way flow of Information, from employee to the supervisor and supervisor and employee.
What Are Examples/Things Managers Should Coach On?
In my perspective, managers should coach on time management, goal-setting, onboarding, declining performance, problem-solving, and conflict resolution.