Many managers are unaware of how crucial coaching is to their employees' performance, growth, and development. To boost productivity, foster a culture of trust and autonomy, and produce superior bottom-line outcomes, our leadership coaching program, Coaching Essentials®, teaches your managers how to coach rather than manage their workers successfully.Talk to an Expert
We can deliver Coaching Essentials in-person, as virtual sessions, as part of a learning journey, or delivered in a self-directed online version, so your leaders can develop their coaching skills wherever they are and whenever they have time.
Coaching Essentials is a one-day, in-person session that will inspire managers to shift to a coaching mindset and adopt coaching skills through a compelling and engaging learner experience.
Prework: LAUNCH — Participants view a live-action video teaser and select four real-world workplace conversations to work on in class
Welcome: LEARN & PRACTICE — Welcomes participants and outlines the value of the coaching process and skills to create more effective conversations
NATURAL TENDENCIES AND THE COACHING MINDSET — Explores the habits we all have as we interact with direct reports and others at work
WHAT COACHING IS — Provides deeper exploration of how coaching is a deliberate process using focused conversations to create an environment that results in accelerated performance and development
WHERE COACHING FITS — Information on coaching opportunities in the workplace
MOVING FORWARD — Introduces the key parts of the Coaching Process and highlights how the coaching process gives structure to conversations
COACHING PROCESS PRACTICE — Participants plan and practice the Coaching Process with a learning partner and explore the four essential skills that support the Coaching process: Listen to Learn, Inquire for Insight, Tell Your Truth, Express Confidence.
LINKING THE COACHING PROCESS AND SKILL SET — Shows how to bring all the Essential Skills together while practicing the Coaching Process
Launch: INTO ACTION — Preparation for planning and practicing a real coaching conversation using the Coaching Conversation Guide
MY COACHING VISION — Partners debrief and coach each other on how they will develop as a leader using coaching in their organization
70% of those who receive coaching report improved job performance, interpersonal relationships, and more effective communication skills. 86% of companies report that they recoup their investment in coaching.1
1. The Institute of Coaching. Benefits of Coaching
You may produce highly effective managers by including coaching knowledge and skills in your management training. These managers can have effective coaching conversations that forge connections, build trust, and assist their team members in performing at their peak.
Coaching managers give their team members the proper guidance and encouragement, enabling them to develop more quickly.
The cornerstone of today's agile organizations is the development of team members' independence and problem-solving skills.
Employees feel comfortable speaking more candidly and offering their finest suggestions.
Effective managers have coaching skills that help team members develop into competent, successful leaders.