A post by Jenna Loepke, Content Marketing Specialist at Celarity
Note: Celarity is a BMA Minnesota Sponsor
How can leaders hope to squeeze in individual development programs when they are already spread too thin between priorities? Here are some ideas that managers can implement to make every moment matter when it comes to developing and coaching your team – even when there doesn’t seem to be enough time in a day:
Identify needs and gaps for development in your team.
As you work with your team, you should be asking lots of questions in order to identify missing aptitudes, skills that need improvement, and talents that would be considered “nice to have.” Once you’ve got a good understanding of each individual’s expertise and the missing skills gaps within the team, you can start thinking about ways to incorporate development and training on a daily basis.