Effective Coaching Techniques for Busy Managers
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The old ways of leading people are over. A "command and control" approach to leadership results in lack of alignment, conflict, low commitment, low accountability, lack of harmony and low profitability. Top performing managers know that a coaching approach to management yields greater results and yet, creating the time to coach is a major obstacle for many leaders. This program focuses on how to coach in a time-efficient manner that creates incredible buy-in and performance. In this highly interactive program participants will: learn how to create ownership and urgency from those they lead; practice specific coaching skills and tools to bring out the best in others; learn keys and a format to managing their coaching time; explore a 12-minute coaching model that creates positive accountability and results; coach each other on real issues that impact their business; work with specific tools to help blocked or stuck employees; and learn how to coach different personalities on their team. Participants will leave this session with the skills and processes necessary to create accountability, positive morale and phenomenal results in a time-efficient format.
Time Allocation - Topics
40% What is Coaching?
- The Definition of Corporate Coaching
- Core Beliefs about Corporate Coaching
- A Specific 5-Step Model for the Coaching Conversation
- Differences between Coaching, Managing, and Mentoring
- How to Structure Formal Coaching
40% Key Coaching Skills
- Goal-Setting and Powerful Questions
- Creating a Culture of Positive Accountabilty
- Listening Beyond Words
- Power of /Intuition
- Metacommunication and Dealing with Tough Coaching Conversations
20% Coaching Different Styles of People
Primary -- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: Adaptability, Communication, Developmental Perspective, Empathy, Interpersonal Relations, Judgment, Motivation
Secondary -- EXECUTING/CONTROLLING/EVALUATING: Decision Making, Use of Authority, Delegation, Direction, Coordination, Guidance, Discipline, Follow Up
Tertiary -- PLANNING/ORGANIZING: Problem Identification, Analysis, Evaluating Alternative Solutions, Developing Specific Plans, Generate and Obtain Plan Support