Coaching Others: Motivate and Inspire Others to Higher Performance
Are you a people-oriented leader who enjoys helping professionally develop others? Do you want to create a culture of encouragement in your business? Do you aspire to have magnetic energy that attracts the best talent?
Good leaders recognize that positive coaching helps people imagine what’s possible and create a plan to achieve it. Personalized coaching development improves confidence, motivation and sustainable behavior change, resulting in better performance, team alignment, talent retention and magnetic energy with customers.
The Good Leadership Training approach to Coaching Others is people-oriented and powerful. Coaching Others training builds skills which can be cultivated and multiplied, producing alignment and accountability in teams. It’s about creating great results by motivating others to reach their highest potential.
During this one-day intensive training, you will develop critical leadership skills and learn how to encourage aspirational thinking, facilitate goal setting and establish tactics that cultivate high performance. The result: You will be a better coach on the job and a leader that attracts the best talent.
Why Coaching Others Works:
Executives today need to develop a sustainable leadership style based on integrity and authenticity. It’s a journey which requires two skills: competency and character. Competency is the skill of good leadership and character is how a good leader responds to the unexpected twists and turns of a dynamic business environment.
Coaching Others training focuses on effective individualized coaching techniques, without criticism or performance evaluation. This approach promotes the Cornerstones of Goodness, the concept that leaders who reward excellence, live generously, promote fairness and spread positivity radiate goodness, resulting in these proven business outcomes:
- Attraction and retention of the best talent
- Accountability, alignment, teamwork and trust
- Magnetic energy with customers
- Consistently meeting (or exceeding) financial expectations