Sure, I started a new job and am learning the process...got a couple of 30ish "supervisors" working with me. There was a simple task that had to be accomplished to get the production line back up and running, well they noticed it wasn't part of standard work and had not been assigned to a position so they huddled up with the production manager to rewrite the SOPs to include it...in case it happened again. While they were doing that I saw two workers sitting on a guard rail. I asked if they could finish the task for me. Sure they said, they got it done and I asked the line leader if he could restart now and he said no problem.
All you really have to do is ask people to do their jobs, ain't no "hands on" or "coaching" crapola work better than asking people to do what they are getting paid for.