Leaders who consistently coach their team members help their organizations grow at unprecedented levels.
And the leaders who don't? Well, they miss a great opportunity to make a tremendous impact.
With so much research to back that up, every company could benefit from adopting a coaching culture. But it's harder than you might think. And the real danger lies in assuming that leaders know how to coach.
The truth is, for managers coaching is much more than delivering great performance reviews. It involves a highly specific skillset, one that can be used to genuinely develop employees in a targeted, ongoing way. It can transform their capacity to produce, support their career aspirations, and prepare them for the next level. That's extremely powerful.
In this workshop, you will learn the skillset managers need to develop to become great coaches. We will discuss different coaching models, and participants will get concrete tools to guide them in their progress. They will also gain insights to help them overcome the most common coaching challenges managers face.