Whether it is a hallway conversation or a formal one-on-one meeting, the ability of a manager to effectively coach an employee is arguably the most valuable skill a manager can possess. Strong coaches regularly ask probing questions, provide timely and actionable feedback, and follow up on prioritized actions. Great coaching enables great leadership. Join Daniel Stewart of Stewart Leadership for this engaging webinar to take coaching skills to the next level for you, your team, and the managers and leaders in organization.
In this interactive program, participants will:
- Learn to identify a coachable moment and act on it.
- Discuss 6 factors for great, impromptu coaching and develop a plan to implement them.
- Identify 8 essential coaching behaviors for all managers to develop and practice.
Daniel Stewart, Stewart Leadership
Daniel J. Stewart is a sought-after talent management and leadership development consultant and coach with proven experience advising senior leaders, leading change, and designing leadership-rich organizations. He leads Stewart Leadership’s extensive consulting practice, business development, and international partnerships. For over fifteen years, he has been an internal and external organizational development executive and consultant delivering talent and team development solutions, executive leadership coaching, group facilitation, change management, organizational design, and strategic planning. He is the co-author of the award-winning book, LEAD NOW! A Personal Leadership Coaching Guide for Results-Driven Leaders, which was awarded first place by the National Indie Excellence Book Award for best leadership book and has articles in Executive Excellence, Practicing OD, Proposal Management, and HR.com.
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