Ruta Danyte11 months ago
Few ideas that stuck in my mind after reading the article again.. We all know that being a good manager and providing constructive feedback is hard, and not everybody can do this. Coaching is not taught in business schools, although it should be. What if each company would have a life coach (or people's manager)? Would that boost employees' motivation and creativity? The reality is that companies expect more and more from their employees, and often it's just too hard to cope with pressure and solve your problems on your own. Admitting that you have failed or you don't know how to do something is rather an exception than a common practice.. Mental health is not a mainstream topic in general.. Companies won't change how they operate in a day, although adding the people's manager to the team might help team members achieve what they have to achieve on a daily basis.