Did you know that anyone can be a leadership coach?

That’s correct. You don’t have to be a manager or leader to be a coach. Coaching is about behaviors, not titles. With the right set of behaviors and techniques, you too can bring out the best in anyone.

And believe me, as a professional executive coach, one of the most rewarding parts of my craft is to be a positive influence in a person’s career.

Part of coaching is providing effective feedback to those around you. Of course, providing feedback will be more challenging if you haven’t created a trusting relationship, but once you have trust, coaching can be a powerful tool.

With trust, take these steps, described in an article by Gallup, to provide you with a method for delivering powerful and effective feedback.

When working with younger managers, I have found #5 to often be missed. Which step do you need to start doing or do more of?