Designed to enable business leaders at any level to more effectively get the performance they need from both their direct reports and others.
Coaching has the potential to impact everything a manager does and it can lead to dramatic results when it is used consistently and not simply reserved for performance issues. Coaching can drive organizational performance and is used to build alignment, accelerate goals, and develop current and future leaders. Learning how to be an effective coach is rewarding personally, and creates impact on the company’s bottom line.
Research shows that leaders who are skilled at coaching their teams can dramatically increase levels of employee engagement, morale and retention. Recognizing that those factors translate directly into higher productivity and profit, many companies have made it a top priority to incorporate leader-as-coach training and develop a culture that embraces this approach to create a competitive edge.
Coaching Skills for leaders is an accelerated half-day workshop designed to enable business leaders at any level to more effectively get the performance they need from both their direct reports and others. Through demonstrations, experiential exercises and actionable strategies, leaders will learn proven coaching techniques, adopt an effective coaching model and acquire time tested coaching tools.
Coaching Skills for leaders shows your leaders exactly how to dance between their various roles, be it coach, instructor, mentor or consultant. The workshop is uniquely tailored to your company culture – your norms and your values are built right into the demonstrations and coaching vignettes. Make sure your company is taking full advantage of this top leadership imperative.
- Using a coaching self-assessment and use the results to identify strengths and opportunities for growth
- Understanding the power and potential of adopting a coaching approach
- Learning a process for coaching and practicing the skills required to effectively use it
- Improving coaching and feedback through discussion and interactive situational exercises.
- Developing an action plan to implement what has been learned