Coaching skills for leaders
True leaders don’t create followers; they create more leaders
Tom Peters (Business Guru)
Managers and leaders charged with organising and running effective teams are increasingly looking beyond traditional and out-moded approaches.
Incorporating coaching techniques into management and leadership styles results in:
- Both leaders and team members improve their thinking processes (coaching is the best development tool for improving ‘thinking’), resulting in better problem-solving and decision-making
- They can do so independently of their managers. Staff members become more resourceful and bosses can divert attention to other priorities
- Working relationships are stronger, trusting and more harmonious, built on
- When people are more resourceful they become more resilient, able to deal with change and are more efficient.
- Skills and knowledge are grown and retained in the business – good succession planning
- Greater performance efficiency and effectiveness leads to better business results
The Hill Tribe one or two-day training programmes help leaders and mangers learn coaching skills that can be immediately applied to the workplace. What’s more, attendees can take a supplementary CMI or ILM qualification in coaching and mentoring
Please click here to find out more about a Hill Tribe programme of coaching training for leaders and managers. And feel free to get in touch to continue the conversation further.