From their first step onto the soccer field or up to the plate with a T-ball bat at age 5, most of the millennial generation grew up being coached. And from the time they left college and walked into your office chances are coaching is not part of their daily experience. They also struggle to describe the game plan – the connection between the work they are doing with the mission of their employer. According to Gallup, 60% of employees do not know their company’s mission.   When these young professionals left school and entered work, a coach was exchanged for their manger. A manager with a full plate of her own responsibilities. Someone with a checklist for onboarding, familiarity with people management software, and knowledge of the annual review process. Generally, not a manager or supervisor trained in the art of coaching and building teams. This is where a lot of companies are missing the mark. They are limiting leadership training to young and promising executive programs or emerging leaders – if they have leadership training at all. It is time to rethink that strategy. Why? Because our current managing tools and processes are not effective in a...