Understand their role as coaches and how to use coaching skills to develop others. Use the coaching model to focus their colleagues on internally driven vision, talent, and elevated self-responsibility. Ask powerful questions and use effective listening skills to enable them to quickly identify potential needs or problems.
Coaching Style Leadership
With the pressure of schedule goals and results, most managers are focused on managing performance and problem solving. Coaching skills can enrich your management skills, enabling you to stimulate the strengths and potential of others, bring about sustainable change, and contribute more to improving business performance.
Strong coaching skills improve your management effectiveness as a manager as you learn how to lead others to accelerate their development. In this course, you will gain insight into the attitudes, roles and styles of coaches in an authentic and transparent manner. You will practice several coaching models and techniques to improve the effectiveness of your coaching conversations. In the high-impact practice sessions, you will have a 360-degree perspective in coaching conversations as a coach, coachee and observer. The feedback you receive from colleagues and mentors will help you develop your own coaching style and discover its impact on others.
What to expect
Following this course, participants.
- Understand their role as coaches and how to use coaching skills to develop others.
- Use the coaching model to focus their colleagues on internally driven vision, giftedness, and elevated self-responsibility.
- Ask powerful questions and use effective listening skills to enable them to quickly identify potential needs or problems.
- Use the GROW model to structure the session.
- Motivate others with sincere interest and challenge to encourage their personal development.
- Adapt coaching leadership appropriately to different situations.