People who are experts in their field are not naturally also experts in leadership. But while an expert who becomes a group leader in a company gets specific leadership training, this typically does not apply to science.
Leadership coaching fostering a professional development in science can help you to maintain passion for your research in spite of the diverse demands of a scientific career. It can help you to structure yourself and to be careful with your own and your members' resources. Further recurring topics in leadership coaching are how to interact professionally and in a motivating way with team members, questions of personal leadership styles, and conflict management in the team.