Active constructive participation in the organization’s continuing improvement process requires individuals to feel valued. Coaching can introduce concepts of collaboration where everyone’s ideas about the project are heard with the aim coming to a common goal, and not a specific, predetermined goal.
When each individual feels that they are a valued part of the collaborative process, they feel free to voice their ideas and not feel threatened when hearing alternative viewpoints.
In a collaborative process, whether in a group or between two people, the coach then can facilitate each individual to provide their own ideas to the project. The more the individual experiences being heard and being valued as part of the process, the more the individual will feel that they are necessary part of the organization.
When their actions mean something to the organization, then employees are encouraged to participate in the continuing improvement process.
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