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LeaderCoach WORKSHOP

COACHING & MOTIVATING STAFF

A career-changing experience that helps you motivate staff and unleash their potential through dialogue and coaching.

AT A GLANCE

Audience

Technical Team Leaders
First-Line Managers
Project Managers

Length

1 Day

Agenda

See Below

Assessments

Stellar Coach 360 Survey

Price

Custom In-House

100%
of participants say the facilitators made a big difference in their overall learning in 2016.

  • 84% Strongly Agree
  • 16% Agree
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95%
of 2016 participants would recommend a Stellar Teams workshop to a colleague.

  • 61% Strongly Agree
  • 34% Agree
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WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

  • An increased Understanding of Yourself through assessments, peer feedback, and 1:1 coaching.
  • An approach for motivating and inspiring staff and teams through dialogue while improving innovation and problem-solving.
  • Targeted feedback from direct reports about your coaching style and impact.
  • Skills for influencing others through the balancing of Advocacy and Inquiry.
  • Unique approaches for improving listening while increasing perceptions of empathy and caring.
  • New ways for providing feedback to to others, motivating personal change while maintaining self-esteem.
  • Application of learning to real coaching issues being dealt with back on-the-job using an innovative Real-Play activity.
  • A Personal Plan for guiding your development as a LeaderCoach going forward.

AGENDA

DAY1
AMWorkshop Introduction
Coach-360 Survey
Development Goals
Dialogue & Coaching
PMReal-Plays
Development Planning
Workshop Closing/Departure

 

TESTIMONIALS

“The process for conducting coaching conversations was very intuitive and easy to apply. And using the Real-Play approach, I was actually able to figure out how to handle difficult staff issues during the workshop.”

Business Liaison Manager, Hospitality


“Giving feedback is a very difficult endeavor for me. The facilitator helped me reframe how I can do it with confidence and meaning, and using clear, concise language. The workshop was very helpful for me.”

Director, Project Management Office, Insurance

CREATING A CULTURE OF DIALOGUE

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Experts define the culture of an organization as “the way things get done.” Unfortunately, in many organizations, managers use a “Tell” approach. While this is typically fast and efficient, research shows it demotivates staff and decreases innovation and problem-solving capabilities. Most importantly, it stifles individual development of staff. Forward-thinking organizations create a culture of real dialogue, which instills the skills of Advocacy and Inquiry for motivating and influencing others to get things done.