Teach your leaders to identify coaching moments.
Employee engagement and productivity will soar.
Based on years of global research on leadership and coaching, Coaching Skills for High Performance has been endorsed and offered by a number of leading universities, selected as groundbreaking, ‘best in class’ material.
2 Days (4 Days Virtual)
Who Should Attend?
Designed for managers and executives of the same rank.
Senior managers and executives who are untrained in coaching skills tend to micro-manage rather than lead. Specifically, they deliver expectations poorly and fail to hold people accountable. They may also act unpredictably or appear to show favoritism in their decision-making. What’s the result? People become stressed, unhappy or completely disengaged. Coaching Skills for High Performance changes the game for managers and teaches them how to lead from a coaching perspective.
A comprehensive program covering the most important coaching skills managers have to master.
Teaches managers how to integrate coaching into their leadership capabilities.
This program is ‘all business’ and all about:
Recognizing and maximizing coaching moments.
How to properly address non-productive behaviors.
Setting and delivering expectations, the Sherpa way.
How to ask “Great Questions.”
Making accountability a positive factor.
This workshop delivers a set of tools that apply to the most common coaching opportunities.
Participants develop an action plan for sustainability.
Differentiate between skills, behavior and the relation to Impact on Business. Understand how to deliver clear expectations. Recognize opportunties to coach direct reports. Identify what action to take when an issue arises within your team. Apply a systematic approach to setting goals to improve your coaching method. Understand how to create employee empowerment around behavior.
Managers learn how to truly empower employees, leading them to find their own answers.
They learn how to create a positive impact on business (IOB), resulting in higher morale, productivity, better communication and effective delivery of expectations and accountability.