Coaching Conversations for Leaders and ManagersHow To Use Coaching Conversations To Improve Engagement and Performance
Course OverviewHow You Will Benefit
Leaders and managers must be skilled at coaching skills which can be applied to a variety of situations. The most common situations involve the “big picture” view of improving performance in specific areas. Coaching is used to guide an individual to new learning within a defined timeframe. Coaching puts the responsibility on the individual to become more proactiver in defining their goals and reaching them.
A good coach can be described as an “expert questioner,” with the ability to ask the right questions at the right time, responding to the needs of the individual being coached rather than just reading from a checklist of questions.
This course reviews some of those basic situations and then expands upon them to give participants a chance to practice applying the skills in different situations.
The focus of this course is on establishing the context of a situation, then allowing the participants a chance to practice or evaluate a portion of a coaching session.
Course ObjectivesWhen you complete this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the four steps of a coaching session and how they are applied in various contexts
- Recongizer the correct application and inquiry and advocacy in a coaching session
- Apply basic coaching techniques for:
- Performance Improvement
- Career Development
- Training for specific skills
- Coaching a business team
- Leadership, Managers and Supervisors
- Format: Online or Classroom
- Course length: 4 hours (online programs maybe broken into two sessions)
- Workbook Provided
- Application of Adult Learning Styles
- Students learn best by incorporating their personal experieces
- Workshops uses accerated learning techniques, role-plays, simulations, discussions and lectures.