One of the most important things you do each day is help your employees become better.
Yet, only about 10% of managers say their jobs are structured so they can focus some time on coaching employees, a McKinsey study found.
So, it’s no surprise many managers don’t feel they have the time or resources to polish their training skills.
It shouldn’t be like that, says Naphtali Hoff, an executive coach and author ofBecoming the New Boss. Managers are more effective – and set the course for employee success – when they train well.
How do you become a better trainer?
Well, there’s probably no better model than your old 3rd grade teacher.