I'm going to take a broader, more philosophical position.
Batching is only applicable when you have a series of photos taken under basically the same conditions, and you can identify common changes that you wish to quickly apply to the entire set of those photos.
This could be something like Michael C's sports photography - where the subject and conditions will remain fairly consistent over an extended period of time. Or it could relate to something like you've overlooked a setting due to stupidity - EG accidentally left EV compensation set not where you thought it was set.
However, if you are are taking shots of different subjects, under different lighting conditions (EG I take a shot of my cat sitting in the sun, and then take a single shot of the night sky, and then pan a shot of a bird flying by) then it can be difficult to identify a set of changes that I would want to make to all 3 images. And that reduces the usefulness of batching edits.
But all is not lost. Because if I am using the same camera and same lens for all 3 shots, then that is a common element that could require a common set of corrections (EG lens distortion etc) across all 3 images. Thus unless every photo you take is a different combination of camera, lens, subject and lighting then there will always be some scope for batch applying changes.