One of the primary roles of any leader is to make those on the team better. In addition to other roles and responsibilities, good leaders coach others to success. They develop the skills and talents of those on the team by offering feedback, setting competitive goals, creating practice routines, pointing out corrections, asking powerful questions, designing experiences, exploring critical insights, and spending the time to answer questions.
"When colleagues coach each other, they are even more receptive to coaching from the team leader. They take feedback from the leader differently and ask more insightful questions. It seems becoming the teacher changes the way a student learns."
Sounds like this would be an important part in helping to change the culture of an organization. Of course it starts at the top as well.
Great way to build trust too.
We spent 15 minutes talking about this in more detail… https://twitter.com/admiredleaders/status/1658466898814672898