A manager’s role is to make sense of the dilemmas, challenges and issues they face in their jobs and explore actions to resolve them. Coaching skills can be a set of effective and supportive tools for managers as they tackle the ever-mounting complexity and shifting dynamics in the workplace.
For example, coaching skills can help them identify the qualities needed within individuals to uphold commitments and sustain performance. It can also manage the seemingly impossible task of activating learning in everyday work while meeting deadlines and reaching targets.
Join our webinar where we talk to coaching alumni who have been there and done that. They will share their insights and advice for anyone courageous enough to explore the possibility that there is something that they can do to shift their experiences and build the competence in those they lead to do the same.
Coaching is a meaningful way in which managers and leaders can spark the best within individuals. By enabling employees, a company as a whole can achieve its targets and objectives. Better yet, coaching skills can encourage learning on the go – and promote a self-belief, self-motivation, choice, clarity, commitment, awareness, responsibility and a readiness to act. In short, it’s a process that unlocks potential and empowers others to reach the next level of performance for individual and group benefit.
Join us on the 27th of August to discover how coaching skills can unlock potential and provoke performance in the workplace.