Leader As Coach
Effective interactions between managers and direct reports is a critical linchpin to shifting from a performance management to a performance development culture. This program develops the enabling skillset for managers to create a performance development culture where high impact daily developmental Coaching Conversations
Benefits that will come from activating this skillset and behavior shift in managers include:
- The creation of a supportive, healthy culture that attracts and retains talent.
- A culture that will promote the improvement of productivity and innovation.
- Reflective and self-aware leaders that seek help from others in situations where their natural tendencies won’t serve them well.
- A coaching style of leadership that strengthens and supports coherence, communication, collaboration and change.
- Leaders who unleash talent, plan for succession and help to create a strong and ready-now pipeline of next generation leaders.
Specifically, by the end of the session, attendees will be better able to:
- Use a variety of listening and speaking skills to improve the outcomes of daily conversations with direct reports and other colleagues.
- Coach someone through a problem-solving conversation in a way that increases the person’s ability to take initiative and resolve the issue.
- Provide constructive performance feedback in a way that influences a colleague’s thinking and behavior.
- Guide a career development conversation in a way that enhances an employee’s motivation to learn, grow, and contribute.
Who Should Attend
Managers who are responsible for developmental coaching conversations.
Public Workshop Pricing
$199 per person /1 Day.
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- Sep 26th, 2017 - 8:30 am - 5 pm
Do you remember a leader who made a difference in your life? Chances are, he or she was a great coach, too. Demetra Anagnostopoulos examines the differences between coaching people and managing them.
by Demetra Anagnostopoulos