Leading Possibility -
The Coaching Leader™ Program
In this VUCA world, leaders must navigate the complexities of globalisation, technological advancement, social interconnectivity, massively accelerating change and a multi-generational workforce.
Coaching is a powerful tool to develop the potential of people, modify behaviours and drive business success. The 2018 HCI ICF Study found that coaching activities (e.g., one-on-one coaching, team coaching & work group coaching with a professional coach practitioner) are rated as the most helpful in achieving the goals of change management initiatives.
The 2017 ICF study found that organisations with strong coaching cultures indicate recent revenues above that of their industry peer group and report higher employee engagement (61% and 53%, respectively).
In order for leaders to inspire, influence and engage their people so they can perform and deliver in a world of change, they must develop their practice of leadership. The development of a coaching approach is a key part of this.
This 2017 study also found that one of the biggest impediments to professional coaching was coaches who lacked coach specific training.
Do you want…
- Your leaders to develop their coaching toolkit?
- To develop your leaders’ coaching competence and confidence?
- To enhance your leaders’ theoretical knowledge of coaching and how they can apply it?
- A range of practical coaching approaches and models your leaders can draw on when working with their people?
- To develop clear accountability within your business and/or clients?
- To bring out the best in your team and/or clients, tap into their strengths and ideas, and create change?
When I’m working with leaders, I commonly find they want and need help to develop the following key areas of leadership coaching practise:
- How to develop a coaching self-awareness and apply this to action plans;
- How to coach other people to achieve great results;
- How to manage workplace relationships and create workplace effectiveness;
- How to build rapport in the workplace amongst individuals and teams;
- How to create and foster supportive attitudes, values and beliefs within the workplace to ensure corporate goals are achieved in alignment with personal values;
- How to manage conflict, difficult conversations and negotiations;
- How to give and receive effective feedback and build relationships in the workplace;
- How to design and implement coaching programs across an organisation
Each leader may have a different starting point. The point is to start where you are and begin building and developing individual leader coaching capability in order to gain the benefits.
Benefits that can be realised in the very next conversation they have.
Are you ready to explore what is involved in creating a leadership coaching approach?