Effective leadership relies in part on continuous
learning—understanding industry breakthroughs and their
effects on your business, as well as encouraging others to act on
them. So what happens when you reach a plateau, the so-called top
of your game, and want a jump-start to stay sharp and competitive?
Consider personal and professional development through a mentor or
coach to tap into learning opportunities that challenge the way you
think about running your business and being a roofing
Why invest in the help of a third party? Leaders sometimes need
to discover new ways to work and develop new skills. They may
encounter a problem they can't solve alone or need help
implementing a new idea or strategy. Third parties can provide a
one-on-one learning opportunity that, when focused, can net
Mentors and coaches are not the same. Mentors work with people
in their areas of expertise and often are concerned with not only a
mentee's performance but a mentee's alignment with organization or
industry goals. Mentors are invested in an outcome that equates to
organizational success. Coaches work outside an organization's
boundaries and seek to expand the human capacity of their clients.
They act as facilitators and teachers. Successful outcomes for
coaches involve unleashing the human spirit and expanding an
individual's capacity to achieve inside and...
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