1058. How Coaching Impacts Leaders
“Some of the really interesting work that we’re doing right now that I’m finding a passion for and enjoyment in is understanding The Great Resignation going on right now. We’ve been looking into the research a lot around what causes people to think about leaving a job and what causes people to want to stay, so that we can share those insights with employers who can create a work environment where talented people really want to be and do their best work. We have found some interesting insights. For example, employees that feel they’re on a career trajectory at their current company are much more likely to stay if they have good communication with their leader and are kept well informed. Also, people who feel they are valued by the company, who know that what they do makes a difference and they have an important role to play are also more likely to stay.”
Sarah Wirth has over 20 years of experience in leadership development and executive coaching, as well as a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. Sarah joined EcSell Institute in 2011 as VP of Client Service. In late 2019, she was promoted to President, and now leads the company in all aspects of its operations. Sarah is co-author of the Amazon best-seller, The Coaching Effect: What great leaders do to increase sales, enhance performance, and sustain growth. She is also a sought-after presenter, sharing her common-sense insights with executives from organizations such as Mercedes Benz, Estee Lauder, and Ritz-Carlton.
On Her Bookshelf
The Coaching Effect: What great leaders do to increase sales, enhance performance, and sustain growth, co-authored by Sarah Wirth, President, and Bill Eckstrom, CEO of EcSell Institude.
Connecting With Sarah Wirth
Twitter : sarahkwirth
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