Elevating your Coaching Skills
The role of the manager is to become an effective coach. In today’s world, rapid and constant change is the norm. As employees navigate the myriad of changes, managers simply cannot rely on having all the answers. It is now more important than ever to become an effective coach where you give support and guidance, rather than telling others what to do, so employees learn how to adapt to constantly changing environments in ways that fosters independent thinking, problem solving, and innovation. One of the key ingredients to becoming an effective coach is to the ability share important lessons learned to those you lead and manage.
In this highly interactive session, we will provide you with the proven framework and tools to identify and leverage key learnings from your best failures as an effective coaching method. This coaching skill leads to important insights for your employees that enables them to come to their own answers, problem solve and innovate.