Develop your methodology for having powerful coaching conversations.
Having a great coach can be a game changer. Not only does a top quality coach supply useful and useable feedback they provide structure, support and motivation. Coaches help to consolidate great performance and improve weaker performance. Great coaching produces aspiration and development.
Some companies stick to a formal process of coaching at fixed times and dates – we prefer to recommend the injection of frequent informal coaching conversations alongside the more formal ones. Research shows that regular informal coaching conversations really do make a difference when done well.
Grow the coaching capability of your managers, supervisors and team leaders and great things will begin to happen in your teams. Individuals start to excel, build confidence and take on more responsibility. Having conversations along the way will prevent underperformance emerging and small problems becoming big ones.
So, if you want to facilitate your coaches becoming more enthused and skillful at conducting these powerful conversations then this workshop is for you.
By attending this workshop, participants will:
“The tone and level it was pitched is very good and the additional information was very useful around strengths and weakness and autonomy.”
Jonathan Ogilvie - Senior Engineer within the Water Group of BuroHappold