The Leader As Coach
Designed to develop coaching as a leadership tool, introduce the core principles of coaching and demonstrate their power within organisations.
The programme is highly interactive with high energy group work, coaching exercises and skills practice.
We explore real issues and build participants confidence so they can use what they’ve learnt immediately.
5 key outtakes from the Leader as Coach programme:
- Understanding coaching and how is it different from other types of development.
- Establishing trust and agreement – working with boundaries.
- Listening – developing open, honest communication.
- Powerful questioning – empowering others with challenge and raising awareness.
- Frameworks and models.
- Creating actions – using a positive approach to energise and motivate.
The Manager as Coach
There are two ways that a coaching style of management can help in your organisation: using it to focus on performance, and the more mature coaching characteristics, which focus on empowerment.
This one day workshop will build confidence and capability, allowing managers to explore the elements of the coaching approach and build it into their management style.
In the first instance coaching has a development orientation, and helps to improve performance, enable effective feedback and create successful planning and goal-setting activities.
Mature coaching characteristics, which are also associated with a participative management style, include using ideas from team members, powerful questioning, team-based problem solving and shared decision-making.
What the day involves:
- Discovery: what is coaching and when is it most effective?
- Developing the skills: attentive listening and powerful questions
- Exploring: using the GROW model to create a structured approach
- Context: practicing coaching conversations in classic work based scenarios
- Deeper dive: discussing the challenges of putting into action, ethical dilemmas and next steps
- Actions: commit to coaching actions with their teams
Everyone within an organisation can coach and learn how to reap the benefit of coaching conversations every single day.
The workshops demonstrate how to have coaching conversations, illustrate why they are so powerful and then show how use these new skills from the minute your people get back to work.
8 key outtakes from our Everyday Coaching programme:
- Enabling people to share insights.
- Building an enquiry-led culture.
- Moving managers from telling to asking.
- Encouraging collaboration and creativity in meetings.
- Accelerating and augmenting self-directed learning.
- Creating more opportunities for feedback.
- Improving communication.
- Empowering people to think for themselves and their
Team Coaching has become one of the most effective interventions in organisations. Whether you have a newly formed team, one that’s lost direction or energy, team coaching can help it get back on track, or raise its game.
5 key outtakes from Team Coaching workshops.
- Helps you to see where you have alignment and where you don’t.
- Helps you create the environment for sustainable change.
- Identifies areas where there are leadership development needs.
- Supports the team in putting together a road map to move forward.
- Gives the team a common language for what it takes to be successful.
Team members learn how to have open dialogue and gain greater clarity, coherence and consistency around priorities. It also shows teams how to manage conflict constructively – so that conflict becomes a driver of performance, rather than a barrier.
Other benefits of team coaching include increasing the level of creativity and innovation and improving the effectiveness of communication, both between team members and with external stakeholders. Teams develop a stronger sense of shared purpose and become more resilient to setbacks.