Coaching Skills For Leaders
Key Objective: To help Executives/Project Leaders/Coaches to enhance their everyday interaction with their Team and Clients by applying Coaching Skills and Effective Methods of Communication, in order to build successful and long-term relationships with their internal, as well as, with their external stakeholders.
Target Audience: Executives/Project Leaders/Coaches
- Understand what Coaching is and isn’t
- Being a Coach vs. using Coaching Skills
- Creating Awareness
- Inner Game
- Management Competencies Wheel
- Be an Observer
- Adapting your coaching to individual Customer Needs based on your personal Character Strengths
- Body Language
- Modes of Listening Skills
- Internal Listening
- Focused Listening
- Global Listening
- Giving Feedback
- Asking Questions
- NVC Process
- Appreciative Feedback
- Developmental Feedback
- Corrective Feedback
- Asking Questions
- Designing Actions
- Using Coaching Models
- Strategy Map
- G.R.O.W. Model
- S.M.A.R.T. Method
- Establishing Trust & Intimacy with the Internal & External Customer
Blended Action Learning:
Phase I: “Coaching Skills for Leaders” Workshop
Phase II: Personal Coaching Sessions (One-to-One)
Phase III: Coaching Sessions Observation
Phase IV: Feed forward Coaching Sessions (One-to-One)
Phase V: Follow-up/Peer Coaching Sessions
- Improved Communication: Leaders with coaching skills excel in effective communication. They actively listen, ask insightful questions, and provide constructive feedback, leading to better understanding and collaboration within their teams.
- Enhanced Employee Performance: Coaching skills empower leaders to support their team members in reaching their full potential. By providing guidance, setting goals, and offering continuous feedback, leaders can boost employee engagement, motivation, and performance.
- Talent Development: Leaders who possess coaching skills are adept at identifying and nurturing talent within their teams. They can recognize individual strengths and weaknesses, provide targeted development opportunities, and help employees grow and advance in their careers.
- Increased Employee Engagement: Coaching-oriented leaders create a positive and empowering work environment. By valuing and investing in their team members’ growth, they foster a sense of trust, respect, and loyalty, leading to higher levels of employee engagement and retention.
- Conflict Resolution: Coaching skills equip leaders with the ability to handle conflicts and challenges effectively. They can facilitate open dialogues, mediate disputes, and help employees find mutually beneficial solutions, resulting in improved teamwork and a more harmonious work environment.
- Empowered Decision-Making: Leaders with coaching skills encourage employees to think critically and take ownership of their decisions. By promoting autonomy and providing guidance rather than micromanaging, leaders empower their teams to make informed choices and become more self-reliant.
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