Coaching with Confidence Workshop
The Best and Most Successful Leaders are Confident in their Ability to Do this One Thing. . . Are You?
There is one skill that separates managers from leaders; that separates those who are successful in creating a team of individuals who are committed to their work and the organization, from those who don’t. Every manager uses this skill occasionally. Only the best leaders know the principles needed to use this skill in the nuanced way that is necessary for great success. And to do that well requires more than just knowledge and skill, it requires confidence.
That skill is coaching.
Coaching is one of the most important roles of any leader, and when done well, one of the most personally powerful and gratifying parts the leadership role.
We often equate coaching with “dealing with performance problems” and while this is one purpose for coaching, it is a limited view. Coaching is just as applicable and important when working with a high performer as it is when working with a person who is struggling.
Put simply, the best leaders are good coaches.
Greater coaching skill and the confidence to use those skills will help you:
- Motivate team members to achieve more and do great work
- Take your best performers to the next level of performance
- Influence your employees to take initiative
- Improve relationships and strengthen communication
- Fix performance problems without defensiveness and frustration
- Build confidence in underachievers, moving them to success
- Build trust across your team
- Reduce turnover
- Improve organizational culture
- Define coaching in an aspirational and impactful way
- Identify the biggest challenges you face when coaching
- Describe the 7 important reasons successful coaching matters in any organization
- Describe at least 5 factors that increase personal confidence:
- Use these factors to increase your confidence as a coach
- Use these factors to increase the confidence of those you coach
- Describe the 7 things you must bring to your coaching role to be most successful
- Outline the foundational principles required to be a confident and successful coach
- Set clear expectations for your coaching relationships
- Identify your coaching strengths and weaknesses
- Understand and use a Coaching Model in your work
- Apply the coaching model in a variety of situations
- Recognize the importance of support in a coaching situation
- Apply at least 10 ways to be more supportive as a coach
- Use your coaching skills for more effective performance management conversations
- Coach remote team members effectively
- Identify at least 7 ways to use your new skills outside of work
- Identify your most important next steps as a coach
- Build your personal plan of action LEARN MORE
Unfortunately, coaching is also a role many leaders struggle with. They can’t seem to “find the time” to coach; they toil while defining the purpose and focus for the coaching, miss the mark in setting clear expectations; and for these reasons and more that don’t have the level of confidence needed step to the plate to do the needed coaching and to do it well.
Many leaders, including those we have surveyed will say they are comfortable in coaching others, but even that is a step below being confident. Think about how you respond to a situation when you are confident; think about how willing you are to try again when you don’t get it quite right, and how much more energy you bring to a task you are confident in. Stated another way, if we don’t have the belief and confidence in ourselves and our abilities, we will never be able to lead to our highest potential.
Think too about how your confidence (or lack of confidence) spreads to others. If you aren’t a confident coach, you can’t be as supportive and helpful to others as you could otherwise be.
While many leaders don’t have the confidence to be remarkable coaches, you can.
This pervasive leadership challenge is exactly why we developed the Coaching with Confidence Workshop. At end of the day, if you lack the confidence to implement the strategies you’ve learned, your time and investment has been wasted. Coaching with Confidence is built on a coaching model that leaders can apply to any challenge or situation they will face in the workplace. It’s a powerful and effective program that not only teaches timeless and proven coaching principles, but also the tactics and strategies for applying them back in the organization.
In the workshop, we’ll work together to help you develop the mindset and confidence to actually act on and initiate what you’ve learned in the class. We will learn timeless and proven coaching principles, but we don’t stop there. We will also learn the tactics and strategies for applying them in your daily work. Together as a group, we will explore your coaching situations and work to develop solutions for each. We’ll help you to identify and capitalize on your unique strengths and provide tools to overcome your weaknesses. We’ll conclude with a purposeful session where you’ll create a personal plan that will put your coaching into action with practical first steps and next steps.
Key Take-Aways From the Workshop
You will learn how to:
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