Coaching – Why, when, how – and when you shouldn’t!
A coaching leadership sounds good, but it’s not very easy when you’re stressed for time!
When I ask my boss a question, she always says “What are your thoughts on this?” All I want is a straight answer!
How do I coach someone who lacks ambition?
I want to start delegating more and be less involved in the details…
As the world changes, we also need to change our approach to management. Today people are our primary resource. This means that those who are skilled at motivating other people, making them contribute to the development of their organisation, are the ones who are successful. When you coach, you put the individual first!
- Managers have a lot to gain by understanding how people work in a systematically way, and what triggers each individual.
- Managers need tools to create dialogue about goals in order to motivate the individual to contribute.
- Managers need to be able to listen and to give feedback – when the time is right.
In this workshop, we provide a selection of skills and guide you through short exercises that provide you with new thoughts and experiences.
Our goal is for you to leave with concrete tools that you can start using immediately to coach other people.
We also want to inspire you and enable you to reflect on the situation in a way that makes you want to develop in the manager role.
2-3 hours. Morning, afternoon, or after work. You decide what is appropriate for you.
Number of participants
10-40 people. Ideally 15 people.
- Coaching, why, when, and how?
- Common mistakes? And simple advice.
- Talking about goals
- Giving feedback
Quotes from participants
“Simple tools that work in your day to day work”
“Super interesting, will try it out immediately”