New leaders often struggle to stop 'doing' - which is generally what they're good at and why they were promoted. We give people no training in leadership generally - we just expect them to know how to do it. In my experience, as little as ten hours of coaching makes all the difference in helping people to see what they need to and giving them space to make a plan. In terms of investment it costs a fraction of their salary. In terms of return on investment it delivers tenfold. Can you afford not to invest in helping your team to be the best leaders they can be?