Sherpa Executive Coaching | Cincinnati Ohio | CSHP: Faculty & Textbook
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COACHING SKILLS – PAGE 2 – FACULTY & TEXTBOOK

Why does Coaching Skills for High Performance create such a positive Impact On Business (IOB)?
It’s a team effort.

 

You recruit, select and train people for what they can do:
Positive Skills.
We coach and develop them to create great relationships:
Positive behavior.

 

Our formula puts it all together:
POSITIVE SKILLS + POSITIVE BEHAVIOR =
POSITIVE IMPACT ON BUSINESS.
IOB is everything.

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Here’s more about the program:

 

Coaching Skills is led by one or both of these published experts: Brenda Corbett and Judith Colemon, authors of ‘The Sherpa Guide: Process-Driven Executive Coaching’.

 

A signed copy of the course text: “BE . . don’t do: the Sherpa Guide to Coaching for Managers” is included with program enrollment.

WHAT IS A SHERPA COACH?

 

The model for the Sherpa executive coach is the Himalayan guide. They help climbers choose a course and reach the summit. In the same way, leaders with Sherpa coaching skills provide tools, and share knowledge of the best path for others to follow.

PROGRAM CONTENT

 

This is a course packed with actionable items: tips and techniques a coaching leader can use every day. Coaching Skills for High Performance reveals the secrets of building employee engagement, including:

The Leader’s Role as a Coach

 

  • Managing growth and change
  • Proven paths to peak performance
  • Setting up “coaching moments” and meetings
  • Focusing on business behavior
  • Creating your coaching ‘toolbox’

Become a great people developer

 

  • Use coaching as a development tool.
  • Integrate coaching into daily operations.
  • Skillfully and confidently conduct coaching conversations.
  • Facilitate professional growth and proficiency.

A Culture of Communication

 

  • Delivering and living out expectations
  • Sorting through symptoms and opportunities
  • Personalizing the coaching process
  • Making accountabilty a positive factor
  • Performance enhancement action plans

Become a great team builder

 

  • Establish and maintain a climate of cooperation.
  • Reinforce roles and responsibilities for team members.
  • Establish clear, measurable expectations.
  • Foster positive accountability for team results.
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