Establishing a coaching culture is not impossible but difficult

Establishing a coaching culture is not impossible but difficult
Creating a coaching culture is a tough ask. It basically means a culture where the prevailing mindset and behaviours of the organisation are coach-like.

Does Coaching really work in organisations and help transform the business?

MM Absolutely, coaching has the power to transform organisations. In my experience, organisations with their complex and multidisciplinary network don’t always work as a well-oiled machinery. There are multiple businesses, several business leaders across hierarchies, organisation structures and defined roles. Behind these roles are ambitious individuals striving for larger piece of the pie – more power, responsibility, and big titles. On a strategic level if you are navigating your organisation through an enterprise level change, merger or acquisition, digital transformation, or a productivity drive it may not be necessary that all business units and their leaders be aligned to new vision/strategic goals of the organisation. This requires building a broader set of capabilities and strategic behavioural shift across large groups of people to make this transformation happen. External coaches can be...

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Dr. Mandeep Maitra

currently is CEO of M-Suite Leadership Consulting LLP where she is combining her experience of being a global citizen, her passion for the future of work, and experience of having trained three generations of business leaders to address leadership challenges and concerns post-pandemic.
Credited with being the HR architect of HDFC Bank, she is hugely regarded for her understanding of banking and has many firsts to her credit. She is an award-winning Global HR Leader and Leadership & Transformation Coach. Her work experience of three decades spans Paris, London, Singapore & Mumbai.

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Dr. Mandeep Maitra

currently is CEO of M-Suite Leadership Consulting LLP where she is combining her experience of being a global citizen, her passion for the future of work, and experience of having trained three generations of business leaders to address leadership challenges and concerns post-pandemic.
Credited with being the HR architect of HDFC Bank, she is hugely regarded for her understanding of banking and has many firsts to her credit. She is an award-winning Global HR Leader and Leadership & Transformation Coach. Her work experience of three decades spans Paris, London, Singapore & Mumbai.

February 2024

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