The second trend in business coaching is that leadership is inspiration.
With the workforce becoming more and more geographically dispersed, as people work online and from home in virtual spaces, people want something to believe in.
They are looking to their leader not just for authority—authority leadership is the old model based on hierarchy, titles, micro management and the boss telling you what to do.
That’s not how people want to be led anymore, and there are many businesses who need a coach like you to guide them and help them navigate what does it take to inspire people in your team.
That’s what your team is looking for … they want their leader to lead by example, they want to be self empowered by the leader to take responsibility, to be inspired and see the vision and what’s possible for them.
They want to understand that deeper psychology behind not just telling people what to do but inspiring them to want to go above and beyond and come up with new ideas and innovations.
They want autonomy with structure.
That’s the game, and there are some great frameworks, models and strategies that as a business coach you can bring to your clients.