Stakeholders’ Responsibilities in Stakeholder Leadership Coaching
Stakeholders’ responsibilities are a vital part to the leader’s development. They can also benefit themselves by being part of the process
The stakeholders’ responsibilities are not time consuming or difficult to perform. They include a short monthly assessment of the leader’s progress, and a couple of short, online, surveys. Stakeholders are likely to learn new skills themselves.
Benefits for the stakeholders in leadership coaching
- Stakeholders have the opportunity to help develop a colleague in a safe, pragmatic, internationally proven and very time efficient way.
- They help someone produce better results for their team.
- They learn a coaching approach that may be valuable to them personally, and in business, in the future.
What are stakeholders committing to?
The stakeholders’ responsibilities are not onerous and are time efficient. Stakeholders need to:
- Possibly take part in one 30 minute, confidential, 360-degree feedback interview about the leader.
- Attend a 45 minute group or individual briefing session.
- Spend 10 minutes each month giving the client feedback and feedforward.
- Completing 2 or 3 brief online, confidential, surveys confirming the client’s progress
- Provide feedback on the process at the end of the programme.
Rules for key stakeholders
There are four critically important elements to the stakeholders’ responsibilities:
- Focus on the future.
- Be supportive, not cynical, sarcastic, or judgemental.
- Tell the truth.
- Pick something to improve for themselves.
Key elements in the MGSCC process
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