Your managers and leaders want to coach more – but they’re overwhelmed by too many strategic priorities, too much email and the complications of getting a team to be more than the sum of its parts. Coaching for Great Work tackles the barriers that stop managers from coaching more effectively.
As a leader, you know the value of developing your managers’ coaching skills. The Coaching Habit program lays down a clear and powerful foundation for people to build a sustainable coaching habit. It’s a unique opportunity to see, practice and embed the benefits coaching has to offer.
It’s one of those difficult moments. Someone on the team isn’t doing what they should. It’s up to you to give them feedback. What if those tough conversations were just a whole lot less… tough? The Last Feedback Workshop combines the latest in neuroleadership research with two flexible feedback models.
Great Work is the work that increases employee engagement and personal effectiveness. But how do they get started when everyone is so busy with managing the overwhelm of day-to-day business life? A customizable workshop, Great Work Kickstart gives employees the practical self-management skills they need to self-define, start and sustain more Great Work.
Managers and leaders find themselves stuck in three vicious circles. They’re frustrated by teams who have become overdependent on them. They’re overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to do. And they’re disconnected from their own Great Work – the work that has impact, the work that has meaning. Break these vicious circles with five essential questions in The 5 Question Leader.
If you are interested in bringing any of our Coaching Skills for Managers programs into your organization, attending an Open Session is the perfect opportunity to “kick the tires.” See below for the next date in a location near you.
Please note, these open sessions are for internal practitioners only. They are not open to consultants and individual practitioners.