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:
We coach and develop them to create great relationships:
Our formula puts it all together:
POSITIVE SKILLS + POSITIVE BEHAVIOR =
POSITIVE IMPACT ON BUSINESS.
IOB is everything.
Here's more about the program:
Coaching Skills is led by one or more of these published experts: Brenda Corbett and Judith Colemon, authors of 'The Sherpa Guide: Process-Driven Executive Coaching'.
Marshall Goldsmith, world's leading executive coach, says: "Corbett and Colemon are doing significant work that defines the industry. They're the next generation of world leaders in coaching."
Rubi Ho, co-author with Corbett/Colemon of the course text,
- BE . . don't do: the Sherpa Guide to Coaching for Managers.
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.
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
A Culture of Communication
- Managing growth and change
- Proven paths to peak performance
- Setting up "coaching moments" and meetings
- Focusing on business behavior
- Creating your coaching 'toolbox'
- 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 people developer
- Use coaching as a development tool.
- Integrate coaching into daily operations.
- Skillfully and confidently conduct coaching conversations.
- Facilitate professional growth and proficiency.
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.