The most powerful thing you can do as a leaderis support people in solving their own problems.
Leader as Coach
In our experience, leaders who understand, and utilize, the fundamental skills of coaching are better, more effective leaders. They are the kind of humans that others aspire to be like, and the way in which they lead creates positive culture and improves all kinds of organizational outcomes.
Our Leader as Coach program is an inspiration that comes from being positive psychology practitioners, who are also skilled coaches with deep business acumen. Why not equip leaders with foundational coaching skills that they can “learn today and apply tomorrow?” Most of the leaders we interact with love supporting the growth of other people, what they crave is more know-how. Participants, who actively engage in the workshop, will learn how to listen more deeply, ask powerful questions, resist solving problems for others, and gain a new perspective on how they add value as leader and coach.
Coaching confronts mediocrity, invites feedback, elevates coach and client, and, over time, creates a self-sustaining culture resulting in swift and agile adaptation system wide.
The pLink Leadership Team
Leader as Coach Program
- In Person – 2 days
- Virtual – four ½ days
- Creating a Culture of Coaching
- Mindset & Stance of a Coach
- The 6 Coaching Skills that every Leader Needs
- pLink’s Coaching Cascade
- Practice. Practice.
- Putting it all together
Coaching Circles (series of 8, 6 or 4 practice sessions to fully integrate the skills). Our Coaching Circles are like the after party – no one wants them to end.
- Apply six foundational coaching skillsets to improve leadership effectiveness and business performance.
- Clearly articulate the value of coaching and how it is different from other developmental techniques.
- Apply ICF ethical standards to coaching conversations.
- Facilitate the transformation of managers to leaders.
- Free up mindshare and minutes to increase creativity and innovation.
- Cultivate the intersection of organizational priorities and personal development, resulting in better conversations, deeper insights, and greater employee satisfaction.