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The Art and Science of Building Relationships, Developing Skills, and Improving Performance
A recent Harvard Business Review article cited research that most managers think they are good at coaching but really, they are just telling people what to do. Today’s environment of uncertainty and disruptive change combined with a generation that prefers feedback requires more than quick decision making and an ‘it’s easier to do it myself’ mentality. If leaders want increased performance, they must focus on the key driver of engagement – the leader-employee relationship. An effective manager-as-coach listens deeply, asks questions instead of providing answers, provides feedback that recognizes strengths and reflects on the impact of their own behavior on the team/organization. But these are new habits. Passively consuming information on how you could behave as a leader doesn’t lead to change. New habits require motivation, practice and feedback. This course will combine the best practices on manager-as-coach fundamentals with the science of change. Participants will create their own plan for intentional change using an evidence-based model and leave with specific experiments along with an option for continued coaching and support.
Day 1: 90 minutes
Day 2: 90 minutes
Build Your Model for Intentional Change
Discover your Purpose, Passion, Values
Learn about Real self
Craft a Learning Agenda
What will you Practice?
Experiment and Learn
Session Dates: December 3rd AND December 10th
Location: Virtually, via Zoom
Member Cost: $75 for both sessions; Non-member cost: $120
Invoices will be sent to your company representative 10 days prior to class. Payment by credit card will incur an additional 3.5% fee. No refunds within one week of the class start date.