Coaching others is an important aspect of a manager's role. Yet, for many reasons, it is often difficult for managers to make the transition from directing, controlling and evaluating (traditional management methods) to having a coaching conversation. This skill building workshop will ground you in the underpinnings of coaching and offer a "coach approach" to managing others. Using real-life scenarios, you will gain helpful insights about your managerial style, give and receive coaching feedback, and leave with an effective model for framing and conducting intentional coaching conversations.
- The relationship between emotional intelligence, leadership and coaching
- A model for intentional coaching conversations
- The components of building trust
- Determining when and how to coach
- Sharpening skills to deepen listening
- Asking good questions
As a result of attending this program, participants will:
- Learn how to build a trusting relationship with those you coach
- Develop the skills to initiate and sustain an effective coaching dialogue
- Maximize the natural strengths and possibilities in those you coach for success
Who Should Attend
Anyone with responsibility for developing others or who wish to develop their coaching skills.